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Audiences should be prepared to swallow a supersized dose of angst if they choose to attend “Jagged Little Pill.”
One of the joys – and occasional sorrows -- of Horton Foote’s many works is the opportunity to periodically revisit the lives of characters with whom we’ve become acquainted in the pas…
An imaginative staging is paired with a talented ensemble.
As might be expected, there are explosions galore in Lauren Gunderson’s “The Half-Life of Marie Curie,” a brilliantly acted two-hander now having its world premiere at the Audible Thea…
Michael Benjamin Washington (“The Boys in the Band”) delivers a tour-de-force performance under Saheem Ali’s mostly invisible direction in "Fires in the Mirror."
Adrienne Wareen is simply the best in Tina
The show’s tallest order has been fulfilled as Dinklage brings his now-signature brand of razor-sharp wit, melancholy, intelligence – and a decent baritone singing voice – to the piece…
Kathleen Chalfant embodies Mabel Loomis Todd, who s remembered for editing Emily Dickinson s poetry, in this solo play.
Harvey Fierstein creates a finely detailed portrait of the late Bella Abzug, a strong Democratic politician who made her mark on her time.
Adam Rapp has taken his own words to heart in this remarkably intense and gorgeously written play – perhaps the finest in his long career.
This crowd-pleasing show is an utter delight for any musical theater fan.
Deeply humane, often hilarious and ultimately heart-wrenching, Tracy Letts’ “Linda Vista" is a mass of contradictions and conflicts...
As those theatergoers who’ve seen French dramatist Florian Zeller’s last two American imports – “The Father” and “The Mother” – are aware, traditional theatrical concepts suc…
Michael Tucker’s sincere new play sees three couples trying to take the best approach to their autumn years.
“Wives” is somewhat redeemed by its female actors: three wonderful performers – Purva Bedi, Adina Verson and Aadya Bedi – who make the most of every opportunity given them.
The one thing I can absolutely tell you about “Secret.” You will be kicking yourself if you don’t snatch up a ticket while you can!
Six short plays offer up a variety of styles for the 13th edition of Summer Shorts .
Three generations of Irish women tell their stories through alternating monologues in this engaging piece.
Review: Hannah Gadbsy’s "Douglas" is must-see theater. You’re probably not going to be prepared to laugh so loudly or think so deeply.
Truth be told, should your mind wander even for a second from Alex Timbers’ consistently eye-and-ear-popping production – which is admittedly unlikely – the color most likely to pop in…
Rita Rudner s talents are done a disservice by the show’s ramshackle construction.
Review: “The Way She Spoke,” Isaac Gomez’ often-startling tale of numerous women being abducted, raped and/or killed in Juarez, Mexico, now being presented at the Audible Theater at th…
“The Rolling Stone” promises, even this early, to be one of the more exciting and rock-solid dramas we are likely to see this year.
This monologue brings to life one of James Joyce’s most indelible and interesting characters.
The characters in Bekah Brunstetter’s gripping play are more than what they first appear to be.
Dave Malloy s a cappella musical features eight people struggling with 21st-century techno-problems.
Strong performances carry this heartbreaking revival about two South Africans fighting to survive Apartheid.
This is a highly entertaining joyride about an amateur production falling apart.
Heidi Schreck’s deeply felt play is sure to get audiences pondering important questions.
Jez Butterworth’s epic family drama is in excellent hands here, delivering plenty of shocks and surprises.
Halley Feiffer’s semi-autobiographical dark comedy looks at the ways one can fall victim to toxic masculinity.