The current production at BAM leaves a questionable aftertaste.
A critical dive into the Under the Radar, Other Forces, and Coil festivals
Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne fall short with their shorts
A visit to the worlds biggest annual theater bash
A slimmed-down production at the Lincoln Center Festival, with results both svelte and scrawny
This week in the Voice: It's the preview issue for our 4Knots Music Festival, set to take place July 16 at South Street Seaport! Maura Johnston previews the lineup, which includes the Black Angels, Titus Andronicus, Oberhofer, Eleanor Friedberger, Mr. Dream, and Davila 666. She also muses on ... More >>
First new trees, then off to Detroit for the wide-ranging playwright. Plus, summer theater picks.
It's a heydey for collaborative work in New York. How six companies put it all together.
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. March 11, 1971, Vol. XVI, No. 10 In the company of two madmen By Joe Flaherty About 2.30 in the afternoon on Monday the sun was shining brightly while snowflakes were falling like confetti from the Lord's balcony. Now that should have ... More >>
Peter Brook stages Dostoevsky
Grease and A Midsummer Night's Dream revisit familiar territory
Vomit, brutality, and a revolution revival
From the beat poetry slam to Pink Floy'd coming-out party, filmmaker never missed a '60s happening
Marriage of Lorca and Doyle is one very Todd couple
A spectacle that grips the heart and quickens its beat
Robert Wilson reverently stages an ancient Indonesian epic
Judges from the last five decades pay homage to the productions and artists they'll never forget
Romping through the Greek pantheon with splashy verve
Master director Peter Brook brings a frayed community Tierno Bokar, a multicultural fable
Politics and religion make familiar bedfellows in a timely French play at the Public
Respect for a master actor and teacher who inspired others through the unmatched sublimity of her example
He Made All That Happened to Him a Transcendent Experience
Listen to the Words; What They Don't Say Is Vital
Ritual and Avant-Garde at the Lincoln Center Festival
Is It Good for Fort Greene?
In Search of the Perfect Hamlet (Or Just a Good One)
The People Speak! Thirty-Four NYC Theater Types Pick Their Favorite Shows of the 20002001 Off-Broadway Season.
Where Genius And Problem Case Meet
Packaged in Moonlight, Packaged in Moss
Theater's Been in Flux All Century Long, So What's Left for It in the Next?
Samuel Beckett Goes to the Potty