This touring incarnation will need someone with that order of firepower to have anything close to the same impact.
Cynthia Erivo electrified the Broadway version and won a Tony in the process. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop smash about the Founding Father.
[Peter Marks on “Book of Mormon”] “The Second City’s Twist Your Dickens,” Theater Lab Dec.
From the National Theater of Norway, performed in Norwegian with English surtitles.
In Arena’s 200-seat Kogod Cradle, Arthur Miller’s 1968 drama — similarly produced on Olney Theatre Center’s smallest stage two years ago — about a family coming to terms. A world premiere from Cherokee writer (and lawyer) Mary Kathryn Nagle about broken treaties, sweeping from the 1830s to today.
feels like such a ripe opportunity for a fresh perspective, and an encouraging act in the company’s headlong dive into political-playmaking. “All the Way” director Kyle Donnelly returns to stage the show in the Fichandler.
Hub revisits the Craig Wright drama the troupe launched with 10 years ago. Marie Jones’s two character comedy about a Hollywood film crew in a small Irish town.
A premiere about two families and a selfie from Gustavo Ott, author of last year’s “Señorita y Madame: The Secret War of Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein.” “En El Tiempo de las Mariposes (In the Time of the Butterflies),” April 12-May 13.
Directed by Nataki Garrett (“An Octoroon” at Woolly Mammoth).