Steven Skybell is stupendous as Tevye in director Joel Grey’s visually arresting and emotionally stirring revival which embraces the show’s Jewishness.
Marjan Neshat is riveting as a Brooklyn café owner searching for her missing gay best friend in Puerto Vallarta in David Cale’s suspenseful solo play.
An imaginary 16th century English poet’s unabashedly bawdy offbeat recital showcases writer and performer Gordon Boudreau’s comic timing and erudition.
A sensational trio of actors portray New England working class mothers and their middle-aged children in this academic new play.
An exceptional Asian cast, arresting runway staging and the powerful writing, all make this an absorbing revival of the author’s 1966 existential drama.
Linda Lavin is supreme as an elderly woman striving to be an actress who bonds with an infirm young gay man in this fantastical and uneven new play.