Privacy, starring Daniel Radcliffe, takes its cues from Edward Snowden, but fails to reveal more.
Southern Comfort is a heart-warming showcase for the trans community, but not for trans actors.
A look back at the best of (mostly) New York theatre in 2014.
A look back at the best of (mostly) New York theatre in 2013.
A little musical with big ambitions, Fun Home gracefully tackles unchartered territory with its central character.
I’m thankful to have Michael John LaChiusa’s offbeat, discordant works in my theatre life.
Now that we’re officially embarking upon the 2012-2013 New York theatre season, I present to you my most highly anticipated productions (in no particular order).
Exciting new playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins stirs up controversy at P.S. 122 with his workshop production of an adaptation of the notorious 19th century melodrama, The Octoroon.