5 days ago | Theater
"We're living through a time of great...difficulty," Reverend Billy intoned from the stage at Joe's Pub last Sunday afternoon. "Do you know what I'm talking about?" Of course we did: Three weeks after Election Day, our country is still reeling. No...
13 days ago | Theater
In Daniel Kitson’s newest one-man show Mouse: The Persistence of an Unlikely Thought, a fictitious rodent becomes the bait that draws two men into dialogue with each other, and the audience into Kitson’s intricately woven narrative universe. Kitso...
3 months ago | Theater
The Irish writer and performer Sonya Kelly returns to New York this September with How to Keep an Alien, a new, autobiographical show about how she fell hard for an Australian woman named Kate just days before the latter's Irish work visa was set ...
5 months ago | Theater
For its thirtieth repertory season, Potomac Theatre Project — a company that meets each summer on the Middlebury College campus to rehearse for its New York season — has chosen to revive Howard Barker's No End of Blame and C.P. Taylor's Good. Both...
6 months ago | Theater
For anyone who’s ever suffered a loss of faith in religious life, politics, or the American musical, Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of 2008’s rousing Broadway picaresque Passing Strange, have the cure. Their new show, The Total Bent — an electr...
7 months ago | Theater
When playgoers enter the black-box at HERE Arts for Robert Lyons and Kristin Marting's adaptation of Dostoevsky's The Idiot, they're ushered into a karaoke lounge of sorts designed by Nick Benacerraf, complete with velvet ropes, fuchsia lighting, ...