Theater

Peter Simpson, TL Thompson, Emily David and Becca Blackwell in ‘Is This a Room’ (photo: Carol Rosegg).
Rob Weinert-Kendt November 08, 2019
The play is a verbatim reenactment of the F.B.I.’s hour-long interrogation of the Georgia intelligence contractor who was arrested for leaking classified documents.
Zoë Winters, Jeb Kreager and Julia McDermott in ‘Heroes of the Fourth Turning’ at Playwrights Horizons (photo: Joan Marcus)
Rob Weinert-Kendt November 01, 2019
Arbery has written a play based on many years of quietly watching and listening to his fellow Catholics and conservatives.
Matt Bernico October 30, 2019
Jesuit plays aimed to create sensual religious displays to shake audiences into spiritual reckoning and conversion.
“The Christians” at Playwrights Horizons pondered the theology of hell and the authority of scripture (photo: Joan Marcus).
Rob Weinert-Kendt October 24, 2019
The theater has been a place where New York theatergoers can get an above-average dose of plays on spiritual themes.
Meghan J. Clark October 18, 2019
Written in the 1930s, George Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess” has always been controversial.
Rob Weinert-Kendt October 07, 2019
In his sensational new play, Jeremy O. Harris posits that racism may poison our most intimate relationships.