★★★ Kathryn Hunter conjures up the hothouse atmosphere of a vanished kingdom
★★★★ Richard Nelson brings his signature understated style to Chekhov’s tragicomedy in this debut from the Hunter Theater Project
★★★★ Richard Nelson’s new version of Chekhov’s intimate classic is artfully understated
★★★★ Shape-shifting Kathryn Hunter skillfully plays many men in Haile Selassie’s Ethiopian court
★★★ Four winning performances and a stunning one add up to an absorbing production of Jen Silverman’s entertaining but frustrating play.
★★★ Jen Silverman’s characters are smart, sharp-tongued, and far from stereotypical. Try to keep up.
★★ A play about new love and old crimes amid Ireland’s rural greenery strains credulity and patience.
★★ Inconsistent acting styles and a needless frame obscure Shaw’s portrait of pre-war English society
★★★★★ A nine-cast Top-40 revue from mid-20th century so hot you could sizzle steaks on it
★★★★ A unique piece of musical theater briefly makes an inspirational reappearance