America’s reviewers were not enthusiastic about new plays from Arthur Miller and Archibald MacLeish (photo: Alamy)
Our reviewers were not enthusiastic about two award-winning plays.
Heidi Schreck in ‘What the Constitution Means to Me’ (photo: Joan Marcus)
Rob Weinert-Kendt April 01, 2019
Heidi Schreck’s new play puts the narrative of her own life in contention with the history of our nation’s founding document.
Brandon Sanchez March 08, 2019
“His story is so triumphal in the sense of what he was eventually able to do,” responding to persecution and oppression with an outpouring of love.
Photo: Carol Rosegg
Rob Weinert-Kendt February 08, 2019
The director Jack Cummings III has reimagined the play as a kind of found text, recited and enacted by three Asian American actors.
Rob Weinert-Kendt January 28, 2019
All owe a debt to “Rent,” and I for one am happy to pay it.
Jeff Daniels in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ (photo: Julieta Cervantes)
Rob Weinert-Kendt December 14, 2018
Two starry new Broadway productions have no qualms about speaking their mind.