“The opera that shocked the world.”
The play is Lydia Stryk’s testament to the power of dialogue
A musical adaptation of the cult film is goofy fun
Jamen Nanthakumar and Mary Elizabeth Drake are so cute you wanna hang them on a Christmas tree
There are so many layers and word plays in this fish tale
What an exquisite piece of playwriting this 2003 drama is
A pair of solo shows interprets two 19th-century literary giants
Joe Essig looks so comfortable in his role that he can make you forget you’re watching a play
This swift and adrenaline-driven dark comedy never slows its steady stream of trenchant gags.
The play is short on logic but long on stagecraft and action
Feiffer keeps the players too shackled to her devices to surprise us
The cast’s overwrought interactions never fail to generate a laugh
A review of Little By Little at South Park Theatre.
A lot of the fun is guessing where Williams is going to take us in the second act.
The festival of one-acts’ Program D offers some strong work
Theater review of Wig Out! at THE REP.
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