Off-Broadway Reviews

Our enthusiastic team of critics also covers a great volume of Off-Broadway productions in New York City, so why not peruse through our Off-Broadway Reviews section and find out what theatrical delights are entertaining audiences beyond the Great White Way?
Of course, our reviews solely represent the views and opinions of the individual critic. Nevertheless, they are sure to provide helpful guidelines in an ever-growing and flourishing Off-Broadway scene. Or visit the reviews archive for closed shows.

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  • Sharlene Cruz and Jasai Chase-Owens in Sanctuary City (Photo by Joan Marcus)
    Sanctuary City
    Lucille Lortel Theatre
    We’re all searching for some version of safety. A place where one is free to think, speak, live, and love that is exempt of judgement and ridicule. Sanctuary City, a new play from Pulitzer Prize... Read more
  • Photo credit: Cody Sloan as 'Guru' and Bianca Norwood as 'Comments' in Wild Pride (inspired by Pride) from Seven Deadly Sins (Photo by Matthew Murphy)
    Seven Deadly Sins
    It’s strange to experience a show like Seven Deadly Sins in New York City right now. Performed in multiple storefronts to a guided audience using headsets, the production is a slick, seamlessly stage... Read more
  • Speakeasy Bond 45
    Speakeasy
    It’s a snap to embrace a show that knows itself. Speakeasy, a bawdy and boozy burlesque, goes down easy in the lower level lounge of the newly reopened Bond 45 restaurant in the Theatre District.... Read more
  • Brenock O’Connor & Jakeim Hart in Sing Street
    Sing Street
    PLEASE NOTE: This is a review of the Off-Broadway world premiere of Sing Street at New York Theatre Workshop. The moral of Sing Street, as taught by a group of moody teenagers and put-upon adults, is... Read more
  • Skeleton Crew
    Samuel J. Friedman Theatre - Manhattan Theatre Club
    UPDATE: Skeleton Crew is at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre from Dec. 22, 2021. Find out more about Skeleton Crew on Broadway here. It is 2008 and the Great Recession is rolling over Detroit. The... Read more