Maya Stanton

An impeccable blend of spectacle and star power, this 'Dolly!' is classic Broadway at its best
By Maya Stanton
Eugene O’Neill’s 1922 expressionist play about class divide and personal identity in a capitalist society is an unsettling one, both physically and metaphorically
By Maya Stanton
Tony-winning director Sam Gold ('Fun Home') applies an innovative yet back-to-basics take on a 70-year-old standard, and the result is a stunning, emotionally rending production.
By Maya Stanton
By Maya Stanton
By Maya Stanton
By Maya Stanton
A spooktastic pair of revived one-acts by the prolific playwright prove spellbinding
By Maya Stanton
This Shakespeare in the Park freebie offers thunder but not enough lightning
By Maya Stanton
A first-rate cast keeps Athol Fugard's latest as sturdy as a boulder
By Maya Stanton
The madcap riff on the Hitchcock classic returns for a laugh-filled new go-round
By Maya Stanton
A music-world saga that's just a little too off the beat
By Maya Stanton
Gone Girl breakout Carrie Coon stars in a fuzzy new romantic drama
By Maya Stanton
A well-meaning but unsurprising drama about female oppression in China
By Maya Stanton
A buoyant revival of Charles Mee’s Greek-inspired romantic oddity
By Maya Stanton
Benjamin Scheuer’s heartfelt solo musical shows some pride
By Maya Stanton