Reviews

Edward Albee Invites Americans to Feel At Home at the Zoo
Signature Theatre revives the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright's Homelife and The Zoo Story.
Architecting a Life in Noura
The Shakespeare Theatre Company presents reminiscences from Iraqi immigrants.
Politicians Are Bought and Sold by America's Real Lawmakers in Kings
The people with the gold make the rules in Sarah Burgess's latest play.
A Walk With Mr. Heifetz Imagines a History-Making Stroll Through Palestine
Primary Stages premieres James Inverne's musical exploration of Jewish history.
There's an Enemy Among the People in Traitor
Michael Shannon directs an updated version of an Ibsen classic.
Nervous Townsfolk Anticipate a Showdown in High Noon
Axis Company adapts the 1952 western movie by Carl Foreman and Fred Zinnemann.
Music Maps a Life in Light Years
Signature Theatre lights up the MAX Theatre with folk rock music.
God Demands a Sacrifice in Is God Is
Soho Rep. returns to its downtown theater for this world premiere by Aleshea Harris.