A happily married Black couple’s 31st anniversary celebration is complicated by the arrival of the wife’s two sisters in this entrancing domestic drama.
Bina Sharif and Kevin Mitchell Martin vividly portray two Manhattan tramps in Sharif’s latest existential two-character one-act play.
Two young male and female singer-songwriters meet in Central Park’s Strawberry Fields in this engaging and bittersweet musical; life’s harshness intrudes.
Two deceased Black female playwright’s works, personal Off-Off-Broadway shows, and two Broadway revivals were highlights of the New York stage this year.
“The Emperor’s New Clothes” inspires this satirical musical set in a mythical nation ruled by an authoritarian president; it’s performed by a peppy cast.
Bina Sharif and her husband Kevin Mitchell Martin uproariously portray locked-down NYC roommates in her thoughtful play about society during the pandemic.
The pandemic inspired venerable gay actor and playwright Eduardo Machado to create this swirling memory play centered around the 1980’s AIDS crisis in NYC.
Surprises abound in this smart comedy thriller dealing with a married couple’s off beat gameplaying; it’s deliciously performed and impeccably staged.
Good-natured zaniness abounds as that boy who won’t grow up and Captain Hook appear at the home of a contemporary American family in this zesty fantasia.
Marilyn Monroe, Arthur Miller, Elia Kazan and Hedda Hopper are wonderfully recreated in this historical fantasia about the 1950’s Hollywood Blacklist.