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.
A theater review of A Fine Bright Day Today at Little Lake Theater.
It’s an incredibly charming evening of theater
Director Melissa Hill Grande paces Late’s bittersweet with humor
A production of a challenging musical falls short
The less Orton-like the production became, the more the audience loved it
There’s so much coming so quickly that plenty will surely tickle a funnybone
The dramatic wallop delivered is real.
This work is especially poignant alfresco.
Mindless fluff is fine if it consistently hits the comedy bull’s eye.
A biographical play explores a mother-daughter relationship
It’s a “last three people on the planet” story about love and jealousy
A classic gets a most enjoyable production
The lead is played with a balance of devilish glee and little-girl-lost pathos by the always-arresting Jennifer Sinatra
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