Macbeth (an undoing): The New Yorker Review

“Zinnie Harris’s highly cerebral and sometimes revelatory adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy, follows Lady Macbeth (played here by the fascinating Nicole Cooper)…The new play is bracketed by meta-theatrical devices: Lady Macbeth has a chambermaid, Carlin (the very funny Liz Kettle), who also acts as a stagehand and an emissary to the audience, offering monologues that play…Read More »

Macbeth (an undoing): Amsterdam News Review

“A brilliant play…that leaves you stunned and amazed…The cast is superb! Nicole Cooper is an explosive, mesmerizing Lady Macbeth…She is sexy and charming, but also ruthless and deadly…Adam Best is magnificent as Macbeth. He plays the role with such intensity, you feel for this man who knows he’s done wrong and quickly turns to madness…Zinnie…Read More »

Macbeth (an undoing): ★★★★ The Guardian Review 2023 World Premiere

“Zinnie Harris’ audacious conjuring of Shakespeare’s Macbeth…Sometimes witty, always intelligent.” Read more from The Guardian here. Macbeth (an undoing) begins performances on April 5. Click here to learn more.

Macbeth (an undoing): ★★★★ The Telegraph Review 2023 World Premiere

“A universally fabulous cast.” Read more from The Telegraph here. Macbeth (an undoing) begins performances on April 5. Click here to learn more.

Macbeth (an undoing): ★★★★★ The Herald Review 2023 World Premiere

“A thrilling reimagining that lays bare the real power behind the blood-spattered throne.” Read more from The Herald here. Macbeth (an undoing) begins performances on April 5. Click here to learn more.

Macbeth (an undoing): “The Best of What’s Coming This Spring” –Observer

“Note the subtitle of this London import, an adaptation by Zinnie Harris. Shakespeare’s familiar lines for the ‘Scottish Play’ alternate with Harris’s contemporary dialogue, giving a feminist spin to the witchy tragedy of ambition, loyalty, and conscience from the POV of Lady M (Nicole Cooper).” Read more from Observer here. Macbeth (an undoing) begins performances on April…Read More »

American Theatre: The Dangers of AI Intoxication (Prometheus Firebringer)

“Can theatre artists use the tools of Big Tech to dismantle its influence?” “The piece riffs on the lost final play of Aeschylus’s Prometheus trilogy as a way of thinking about the relationship between technology and power. On one side of the stage, everything is made by commercially available AI products: A set of AI-generated…Read More »

New York Times: Shows to Take in This Spring and Fall (Waiting for Godot)

“Some classics, like this 1953 Samuel Beckett tragicomedy, continue to attract actors and directors aiming to make their mark. Having (ahem) played Estragon in college, I confess the play has a long-lasting appeal to me and seeing Michael Shannon take on the role in this Theater for a New Audience production sounds especially exciting. Arin…Read More »

Orpheus Descending New York Times Feature

‘Maggie Siff and Erica Schmidt on a Williams Play ‘Shot Through With Desire’ “Orpheus Descending,” a rarely revived play about the treatment of outsiders, has only become more meaningful for its star and its director. Read more from The New York Times here. Orpheus Descending is playing now through August 6. Click here to learn more and buy…Read More »

Orpheus Descending Review: The New York Sun

“The tender side of Tennessee Williams… stage and screen veteran Maggie Siff and Pico Alexander are supported by an excellent ensemble under Erica Schmidt’s unflinching direction in this new production. Maggie Siff gives a performance of sinuous wit and ferocious resolve, showing us the life force that burns beneath Lady’s bitter frustration making her tragic…Read More »