Reviews

Stet
Kim Davies tackles on-campus rape in her new play with the Abingdon Theatre Company.
Disgraced
The Pulitzer Prize-winning play at the Mark Taper Forum addresses the war over cultural assimilation.
Big Sky
The world-premiere comedy warns of the detriment of modern materialism to human relationships.
The House That Will Not Stand
The House of Bernarda Alba is reset in 1830s New Orleans at Victory Gardens.
La Cage aux Folles
A drag queen and his partner of 20 years must hide who they truly are.
I Was Most Alive With You
Craig Lucas structures a new play on the Book of Job, using language that is both spoken and signed.
Thaddeus and Slocum
Lookingglass takes on racial identity in a vaudevillian world premiere.
District Merchants
Aaron Posner invents a new response to Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice.
Peter and the Starcatcher
A magical, irresistible treat at Lyric Stage.
The Taming of the Shrew
An all-female cast takes on a famously misogynistic play for Shakespeare in the Park.