Theatre Reviews

  1. This ingenious, bare-bones adaptation of Susan Hill’s Gothic novel — a long-running hit in London — allows audiences to take charge of their fear.
  2. In a Spanish-language stage adaptation of the Junot Díaz novel, the friendship between two Dominican men is a testing ground for competing visions of masculinity.
  3. In an era when big-budget theater was an increasingly corporate affair, Ms. Lion was a proudly independent producer.
  4. The Harlem-set “Blues for an Alabama Sky” finally arrives in New York, with a juicy role that has attracted African-American actresses across the country.
  5. The assignment: Head to Boston to see the touring stage show and the movie musical all in one day. The result: a purr, a yowl or both?