“This is my house,” she says. She raises the other arm about 45 degrees. “This is that game with the sticks.” The arms stay in the air as she continues.
While most political theater in Philly is unfortunately limp, V TO X presents a clear and despicable injustice, and does so with real, emotionally complex characters
GENTLEMAN VOLUNTEERS displays charm, psychological interest, and fringe sentiment which planted the roots of Pig Iron’s experimentation.
In deep Siberia, Karp Lykov and his grown children encounter their first outsiders in fifty years.
Impressive theatricality in an imperfect production of Orwell’s allegory of the Russian Revolution and Stalin’s real-life dystopia.
This DOLL’s HOUSE is human and multifaceted, lighthearted and ironic, narrative with a dancer’s expression of character.
Toneelgroep’s take on these classic screenplays retains all of the rawness of and cruelty of Bergman’s films.
“There are so few secrets left in life, I wanted to make something where you can’t put it in a search bar and get it.”
This is a play that is constantly surprising, entrancing, and always a step ahead of expectations.
“In film,” pronounced Ivo van Hove, “the director is the god of his creation.”
All Mary Tuomanen wants to do is tell us a story about Jean Seberg, but things keep coming up.
Thaddeus Phillips plays Barry Seal, a real-life, infamous drug smuggler-turned-DEA-informant who eventually gained the ire of both smugglers and government agents.
The play, like its characters, exists in a dream-world