Thom Geier

Katori Hall's new play about three African girls wrestling with religious apparitions will make you a believer
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Ewan McGregor and Maggie Gyllenhaal make their Broadway debuts in a well-played revival of Tom Stoppard's erudite drama
In Suzan-Lori Parks' serious and seriously entertaining new drama at the Public Theater, an American slave is forced to fight for the Confederacy in the Civil War
Gretchen Mol and Josh Radnor costar in a topical Pulitzer-winning drama about a Pakistani American lawyer in post-9/11 NYC
A promising but exhausting musical based on Jonathan Lethem's 2003 novel takes off at the Public Theater
A hormonally charged revival of Leonard Bernstein's 1944 musical about three WWII sailors set loose for a day in New York City
In a modest but clever new Off Broadway musical, a young man builds a media mini-empire out of discarded letters and documents
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A new Off Broadway drama follows one South African family as it prepares a meal together
Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick star in a uproariously meta (though overlong) Broadway comedy about insecure show people
A fascinating new show in Brooklyn explores the life of a woman who cannot forget anything
As the first couple in a rotating all-star cast, Brian Dennehy and Mia Farrow return to Broadway for a moving revival of A.R. Gurney?s two-person drama
Move over, Bette! Bridget Everett delivers a bawdy, hilarious, and tuneful cabaret act at Joe's Pub
Michael Cera and Kieran Culkin star in a crackling revival of Kenneth Lonergan's drama about entitled NYC teens
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Robert O'Hara's uproarious Off Broadway comedy features a Michael Jackson-loving boy and a cross-dressing preacher
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Cate Blanchett and Isabelle Huppert star in a cinematic and campy revival of the Jean Genet classic
Julia Stiles is strikingly limber in an otherwise stiff Off Broadway romance
David Schwimmer directs a sexy Off Broadway drama starring ''Breaking Bad'''s Anna Gunn and ''Into the Woods''' Billy Magnussen
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''Despite the modern setting, references to texting, and frank depictions of sex and violence, the novel is stubbornly old-school in structure: Our hero assembles the suspects in one place for a Poirot-like speech of elementary deduction.''
In a dated drama with a feminist undercurrent, Cherry Jones stars as an ex-nurse in 1972 Washington state
The late Tupac Shakur's songs get a bad rap in a muddled, undercooked jukebox musical on Broadway