Tom Stoppard’s ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD is perhaps the most ubiquitous work of postmodern drama.
Act II set a new standard for closing out an excellent season. FORBIDDEN BROADWAY’S GREATEST HITS by Gerard Allessandrini is hands down hilarious. Tony Braithwaite, Elena Camp, Jeffrey Coon, and…
An absurd sci-fi epic with countless phallic symbols and absolutely no sense of “too much”. What more could you ask for?
Inis Nua brings pub theater to Philly with it’s delectable production of David Greig’s THE LETTER OF LAST RESORT
In Passage Theatre Company’s world-premiere production, the conditions needed for a post-modern couple to create life are no longer as limited as they once were
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.
Henrik Ibsen’s classic gets a beautiful production at Bristol Riverside Theatre.
The experimental work is a three-part meditation on the life and death of animals under the domination of the human gaze.
The fanciful adventures of knight errant Don Quixote and loyal his sidekick Sancho Panza are refreshingly revived.
Michael Frayn’s enormously popular 1980s play is a zany farce about doors and sardines, relationships, and mistakes.
The play, like its characters, exists in a dream-world
An admirable attempt to address the contemporary and timely tragedy of urban violence that doesn’t quite manage to ring true.
Most balletomanes credit Balanchine with capturing the American spirit in ballet, but to me it’s Jerome Robbins who deserves the accolades.
In GOD OF CARNAGE, French playwright Yasmina Reza’s 90-minute award-winning black comedy, it doesn’t take long to demonstrate the old adage that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree,…
Every actor has experienced theater critics who got things a little wrong. Here’s their chance to peel their own onion.
Though entertaining as a comedy, BILOXI BLUES contains an important message about fighting “the good war” abroad, while many struggles against injustice remain on the home front.