Privacy, starring Daniel Radcliffe, takes its cues from Edward Snowden, but fails to reveal more.
Samuel D. Hunter’s big-hearted humanity is once again on quiet, radiant display.
Penelope Skinner envisions a dystopian future not far removed from our present day in this must-see world premiere.
British playwright Alice Birch takes cues from Caryl Churchill & Sarah Kane for this sharp, funny, feminist work.
Ironbound thoughtfully gives voice to those who rarely make it to our stages – and showcases a major talent.
Southern Comfort is a heart-warming showcase for the trans community, but not for trans actors.
Marco Ramirez’s The Royale, a rhythmic take on boxing and grace, thankfully ain’t no Rocky.
Lydia R. Diamond’s sharp, sexy Smart People tackles race and racism in America.