A look back at the best of (mostly) New York theatre in 2013.
Madeleine George’s ambitious new play, The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence, explores human dependence on machines in a complex weaving of three stories, each inspired by a historic Watson.
A little musical with big ambitions, Fun Home gracefully tackles unchartered territory with its central character.
So bad, they’re good, and so good – they’re back.
Tracee Chimo, Philip Ettinger, Michael Zegan and Molly Ranson reprise their roles in Joshua Harmon’s biting comedy.
The Civilians’ latest is a soul-searching choose-your-own-adventure theatre for the morbidly curious.
This Amoralists debut by Mark Roberts fits the amoral form, though perhaps a bit too comfortably.
When an angry English Guard surrounds the club, what’s a gentleman explorer to do? Sit back and enjoy a brandy and cigar, naturally.
Mike Bartlett’s Bull, his companion piece to last year’s Cock swaps out sexuality for office politics.
Jesse Eisenberg — Mark Zuckerberg doppelgänger, Zombie killer — has written his second play, following 2011’s Asuncion. So has the writer-actor made strides in the former part of the popular hyphenate?