Reviews

The Trojan Women
The Bats presents a powerful adaptation of the classic anti-war play by Euripides.
Love's Labor's Lost
Kathleen Marshall's first crack at a "full-on" Shakespeare play bows at San Diego's Old Globe Theatre.
Sister Cities
Chimera Ensemble presents a touching family portrait.
Sotto Voce
Memories of a World War II event trigger a play by Nilo Cruz.
Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education
Eloquent and enraged, Anna Deavere Smith brings to life the many voices affected by the failures of American public education.
Caught
The Play Company mounts Christopher Chen's cunningly clever new play about truth and art.
The Layover
A brief encounter at the airport becomes a dangerous obsession in Leslye Headland's latest play.
Broadway Bounty Hunter
Annie Golden plays a mirror image of herself in a musical version of a fever dream.
FringeNYC 2016: Algorithmism; ChipandGus; Colorblind'd
This is TheaterMania's fourth and final review roundup from the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival.
FringeNYC 2016: Dementia Americana; The Radicalization of Rolfe; At the Crossroads
This is TheaterMania's third review roundup from the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival.