Mark Morris Dance Group, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York

What drives the dance is its pact with the music

Greg Hicks in ‘Clarion’
©Simon Annand

Clarion, Arcola Theatre, London — review

A scathingly funny, utterly grim satire of British tabloid ethics

Roberta Marquez as Lise
©Tristram Kenton

La Fille mal gardée, Royal Opera House, London — review

Ashton’s masterpiece was loved and illuminated by a happy cast

From left, John Cariani, Brian d'Arcy James and Heidi Blickenstaff in 'Something Rotten!'
©Joan Marcus

Something Rotten!, St James Theatre, New York — review

An Elizabethan musical romp with a high camp quotient

'Ah, Wilderness'
©Johan Persson

Ah, Wilderness!, Young Vic Theatre, London — review

A delicate production of Eugene O’Neill’s bittersweet comedy

Dutch National Ballet in St Petersburg
©Angela Sterling

Dutch National Ballet: Back to Bach, Alexandrinsky Theatre, St Petersburg — review

The works varied in their ability to sustain a dialogue with Bach

Catrin Stewart and Matthew Needham in 'Love's Sacrifice'
©Helen Maybanks

Love’s Sacrifice, Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon — review

John Ford’s previously unperformed drama is a hit-and-miss affair

Eileen O’Brien in ‘Who Cares’
©Tristram Kenton

Who Cares, Royal Court Theatre, London — review

An urgent piece of political theatre about the UK’s NHS

From left, Anna Chlumsky, Douglas Sills, Renée Fleming and Jerry O'Connell in 'Living on Love'
©Joan Marcus

Living on Love, Longacre Theatre, New York — review

Renée Fleming’s Broadway debut struggles to hit a comic note

From left, Jack Farthing, Katie West, Viktoria Vizin, Noma Dumezweni and John Light in ‘Carmen Disruption’
©Marc Brenner

Carmen Disruption, Almeida Theatre, London — review

An unorthodox take on Bizet’s classic tale

Measure for Measure, Silk Street Theatre, London — review

The study of power and corruption is more pertinent than ever

Death Of A Comedian, Soho Theatre, London — review

A disappointingly simple take on familiar Faustian material

La Fille mal gardée, Royal Opera House, London — review

A performance of heart-touching emotion and heart-stirring bravura

‘Gypsy’, Savoy Theatre, London

Imelda Staunton delivers an exquisitely pitched performance

Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, Sadler’s Wells, London — review

Bausch’s exploration of relationships is powerfully unsettling

Finding Neverland, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, New York — review

Swift-moving musical with forgettable tunes and memorable moments

The Twits, Royal Court Theatre, London — review

Enda Walsh’s adaptation of the Roald Dahl story is a misfire

Diana Vishneva: On the Edge, Coliseum, London — review

Works created for the Mariinsky star were a waste of her ability

Pioneer, Shoreditch Town Hall, London

Though inventive and thoughtful, this multimedia show lacks focus

Lampedusa, Soho Theatre, London — review

Two intertwined monologues tell powerful stories about migration