Reviews

Martin McDonagh Confronts Justice, Revenge, and the Swingin' '60s in Hangmen
An American debut from the prolific Irish playwright is reminiscent of his currently Oscar-nominated Three Billboards.
A Play Goes Wrong in Imperfect Love
Brandon Cole's period piece about backstage drama comes to the Connelly Theater.
A Colony of Sex Offenders Takes the Stage in America Is Hard to See
Life Jacket Theater's latest documentary play addresses an uncomfortable subject.
Draw the Circle
Mashuq Mushtaq Deen depicts his gender transition through the perspectives of family, friends, and acquaintances in his solo show at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.
Stories of Survival and Hope Take the Stage at A.R.T.
A remarkable cast of Nigerian actresses pierce the heart in Hear Word! Naija Woman Talk True
Blind Date
Ronald Reagan goes face-to-face with Mikhail Gorbachev in Rogelio Martinez's new play at the Goodman Theatre.
Fire and Air
Terrence McNally writes a new play about the Ballets Russes.
Skeleton Crew
Marin Theatre Company and TheatreWorks Silicon Valley produce this Detroit-set drama.
He Brought Her Heart Back in a Box
Theatre for a New Audience premieres an Adrienne Kennedy play intermingling the Jim Crow South, Nazism, Christopher Marlowe, and Noël Coward.