"The mystery of deep acting at work."
"The air starts to leak out of Little Miss Sunshine's story immediately after the opening number. "
"Richard, as presented here, is a compelling curiosity; Twelfth Night is sublime."
Repression times two.
Plus Ethan Coen's Women or Nothing.
A play that's half-Chekov and half-Dallas, another that depicts Muhammad Ali meeting Stepin Fetchit, and a musical that's Icecapades for nerds. Good times.
Shlomo, we hardly knew ye.
Check 'em out.
Neil LaBute is back — and strikes back, too.
Directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman.
"The question that lingers after the swift little dream of Orphans passes is: What just happened? What was that about?"
Annie Baker finds truth; Craig Lucas, not so much.
Plus The Madrid, Passion, The Dance and the Railroad, Katie Roche, and Much Ado About Nothing.
Including The Good Person of Szechwan, All in the Timing, and The Clement World.
Plus the Crayola nonsense of The Jammer.
Plus What Rhymes With America.
Two plays and a Sleep No More–type experience.
Marry Me a Little, Paris Commune, Hamlet, and Ten Chimneys
Detroit, Sounding Beckett, and If There Is I Haven't Found It Yet.
Go see some theater this weekend, why don't ya?
Fela! returns, along with Caryl Churchill's Serious Money. Plus Spiegelworld!
We watch this Macbeth with deep interest, with great admiration, but not with much concern.
A trio of light summer productions: Triassic Parq, Potted Potter, and The Lombardi Case 1975/The Ryan Case 1873.
Our theater critic reviews two shows with genre elements.
Use your off days for some high art, why don't ya?