Tags: theater

Review: Three Sisters

For all their staying power over the years, the plays of Anton Chekhov are remarkably fragile works in performance. It’s so rare that all the elements come together--that all of the performers work in synch, that the directorial tone is cohesive—that mor… more »

Review: A Free Man of Color

There’s so much energy, intellectual ambition and gorgeous stagecraft on display in A Free Man of Color that it’s disheartening to report that it barely works at all. John Guare’s comic, historical epic dealing largely with the Louisiana Purchase is so w… more »

Review: After the Revolution

“After the Revolution”Playwrights Horizons, NYCThrough Nov. 28 Politics and family drama mesh uneasily in “After the Revolution,” Amy Herzog’s densely textured play about three generations of a family of leftist activists. Previously seen at the… more »