★★★ Christian Borle directs two other facile funny men in a play by James Hindman.
★★★★ Bill Irwin offers an exuberant homage to a master of bleakness
★★★★★ Depression-era Minnesotans find no shelter from their storms in Conor McPherson’s adaptation of Bob Dylan’s songs
★★★ La Femme Theatre Productions offers a fittingly languid revival of a later, lesser-known Tennessee Williams play
★★★★ Edie Falco plays a political survivor, decades before #MeToo, in Sharr White’s moving play.
★★★★ Long-Run Lookback: One of Disney’s most enduring screen-to-stage confections remains among its most adult-friendly—and seems freshly relevant.
★★★ Four winning performances and a stunning one add up to an absorbing production of Jen Silverman’s entertaining but frustrating play.
★★★★ A musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy champions diversity with a light hand, a full heart, and an effervescent score.
★★★ A new rock opera set in 1979-80 New York may move and even thrill you, but offers few insights.
★★★ A new show from the long-established troupe makes us ponder the power of quiet contemplation and connection.