<i>The Last Days of Judas Iscariot</i> at Througline Theater

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot at Througline Theater

The production has an emotional core that never wavers.

SCarrie The Musical at Bricolage

An unabashedly mustachioed Connor McCanlus tackles Carrie's fragility, vulnerability and rage, with more comedy than terror.

Queens of the Blues at New Horizon

In a show where God doubles as a backup dancer, it's probably wise to cast aside the idea of blasphemy

21 at the Conservatory Theatre Company

A hagiographic new musical works well here because Roberto Clemente is still so revered

City Theatre's Outside Mullingar

A bittersweet Irish romance is a most pleasant theatrical exercise for the audience

The Small Room at the Top of the Stairs at Off the Wall Productions

The play's deception isn't the twist of plot, but rather the transformation of its intent and purpose

The Glass Menagerie at Pittsburgh Public Theater

A theater's 40th-anniversary production lets us once again hear Tennesee Williams' glorious song of sorrow


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