The playwright Lucas Hnath dramatizes his mother’s five-month kidnapping in “Dana H.,” starring a brilliant Deirdre O’Connell, and “We’re Gonna Die” fails in its mortality mission.
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‘Cambodian Rock Band’ is an excellent part-play, part-rock concert about the legacy of the Khmer Rouge, while ‘All the Natalie Portmans’ makes the actor a much-loved ghost.
Ivo van Hove’s Broadway revival, set in 2020, handles tough themes like racism in only the most surface way. It is best when it focuses on singing and dancing.
Transgender candidates Gray Ellis and Angela Bridgman could make political history if they win their races in North Carolina—home of notorious anti-trans legislation HB2 and HB142.
As Harry and Meghan fire their U.K. staff, while courting American banks and J. Lo, Kate and William begin their new royal life. Prepare for the transatlantic battle of the royals.
A witty and intelligent feminist retelling of ‘Dracula’ plays alongside a more lifeless ‘Frankenstein’ at CSC. And Drew Droege’s ‘Happy Birthday Doug’ is an excellent gay comedy.
In an exclusive interview, Jeanna de Waal, star of Broadway’s “Diana: A True Musical Story,” says she’d love if William and Harry saw it: “We are trying to portray a human story.”