“Puffs” in Chicago is a highly inclusive production that benefits the LGBTQ+ community and feels like the most authentic version of the story yet.
Category: Theater Reviews
In need of a refreshingly funny “Potter” experience? Check out our review of “Spontaneous Potter” – an improv “Potter” play.
We attended the opening night of the reimagined “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” – how does it compare?
Tom Felton and the cast of 2:22 A Ghost Story shine in this strange mix of horror and comedy.
Theater Review: Broadway’s One-Part “Cursed Child” Maintains Original Plot While Adding New Romantic Potential
Broadway’s new one-part “Cursed Child” adds more than it takes away: Scorpius and Albus’s budding romantic potential blossoms onstage.
A wonderful coming-of-age story for the “Harry Potter” generation returns for a strictly limited run onstage and to stream on-demand.
David Thewlis and Daniel Mays give a Pinter-perfect performance for both studio and streaming audiences.
Infinity in one act: Zoë Wanamaker and Peter Capaldi star in “Constellations,” a play that sparks endless possibilities.
Aesthetics over ethics: Wilde’s classic tale of youth, obsession, and manipulation gets a social media spin in the age of lockdowns.