David Anzuelo’s generous, unwieldy play about an oil-and-water friendship between two high school boys opens at 59E59 Theaters.
By Elisabeth Vincentelli
In “James Brown Wore Curlers,” the French playwright tries out a more far-fetched premise than in her previous hits, and produces less satisfying satire.
By A.J. Goldmann
The American writer’s last novel becomes surprisingly effective theater in the hands of Tiphaine Raffier at the Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe.
By Laura Cappelle
Sondheim’s masterpiece, restored to its proper size and sung to the hilt by Josh Groban, makes a welcome Broadway return.
By Jesse Green
Red Bull Theater’s attempt to update this 1592 true-crime story falls flat.
By Juan A. Ramírez
Attention to culinary detail is the best part of this heavily seasoned family drama by Christin Eve Cato at the WP Theater.
By Alexis Soloski
Andrew Lloyd Webber hopes to extend an unbroken 43-year streak on Broadway. But his 13th new musical may not be the charm.
Miki Nakatani and Mikhail Baryshnikov star in this meticulously handsome stage adaptation of Yasushi Inoue’s 1949 novella.
By Laura Collins-Hughes
Zora Howard’s new play at the Flea catches three men during a few moments of their breathless eternity.
By Maya Phillips
After 15 years away from the stage, Andre Royo of ‘The Wire’ goes all in with an evening of Eric Bogosian monologues at the Minetta Lane Theater.