[Spring Guide 2014]
Anne Washburn takes inspiration from Springfield
Shakespeare gets a fresh update, complete with Slurpees and pot.
Find love at the Delacorte
We asked Off- and Off-Off theatermakers what they feel the scene is missing
This week in the Voice I profiled the Brooklyn composer-songwriter-singer-multiinstrumentalist Gabriel Kahane, whose new album Where Are The Arms (Second Story Sound) is being celebrated at Littlefield next Wednesday. A couple of days before our chat, he posted a provocative rant on Spotify a ... More >>
The Civilians look back
The Civilians charge into the Atlantic Yards project
A fake Andrew Jackson and a fake Moliere join a real Patrick Stewart on Broadway
If you haven't already heard of it, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is an emo-rock opera by young theater provocateurs Michael Friedman and Alex Timbers, who's also the guy responsible for mounting a "Hell House" in bougie-Brooklyn, a Scientology Christmas Pageant, and a version of Henrik Ibsen' ... More >>
Three musicals—two of them new, one from the '60s—all sing of crazy worlds
Andrew Jackson gets all emo
A celebration of the worst that theater has to offer
Andrew Jackson like you've never seen him
Plays about place oddly displaced
Albee's Occupant interrogates sculptor Louise Nevelson, while Saved pursues Christianity
ERS follows up Fitzgerald with Faulkner
Auteurs! Strap-ons! A theater critic's New Year's wish list
Riots! Devils! Mopey Danes! The famous shows we're most sorry we missed.
Al fresco shows for real New Yorkers (and their houseguests)
A drowned child, the tooth fairy, and spirals of words
Documentary revue takes the cat out of the suspicious bag
Bell's thriller wonders: When chronicler meets criminal, whose death is this, anyway?
The Civilians play hide-and-seek with New York miscellany