Searing and provocative, or pretentious and gimmicky? You'll have to decide for yourselves, but InterAct's production makes a good argument for the piece.
Despite the ballsy title, Theatre Exile's Cock is surprisingly tame.
Danai Gurira's The Convert is a powerful and provocative three-act play that's blissfully free of gimmicks and committed to nuance throughout.
Inis Nua produces the American premiere of Phil Porter's gentle and sweet play, which previously was well-received at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Don't let the cheery title fool you: Parade explores a very dark corner of American history.
For Gilda Radner's legions of fans, Bunny Bunny — Alan Zweibel's memoir play, which is receiving a skillful, affectionate production by 1812 — will be self-recommending.
Though it draws comparisons to West Side Story, an impossibly high standard, don’t worry — Heights is very much its own thing.
Theatre Exile's The North Plan attempts to cross Homeland with My Name Is Earl.
The ecstasy of the agony.