Dan Scully reviews the latest movie from the director of The Lobster.
Like all good thrillers, THE GUILTY weaves in current issues from the real world,
The thrill of a big show-biz production and the feeling of authenticity
Call me a snob, but I’ve never understood the idea of enjoying something ironically. The enjoyment of the “it’s so good it’s bad” phenomena for movies like The Room tend…
A film with a concept you didn’t know you needed
The best films are those which afford the viewer an inside look into a life experience different from their own
Based on a Murakami short story, BURNING clocks in at 148 indispensable minutes.
Quintessence Theatre dynamically brings to life Mary Shelley’s classic tale of Frankenstein and his monstrous creation in a fantastic, eerily staged production
What a complicated evening, filled with gorgeous singing and roiled emotions and puzzling theatrics
GARDENS SPEAK is a metaphysical experience of death and injustice… and a tangible experience of growth and self-expansion.
Like a Joni Mitchell song, PAPRIKA PLAINS is intimate, artful, and affecting.
TIAN WEN: Heavenly Questions for Modern Times (Hua Hua Zhang’s Visual Expressions): 2018 Fringe review
Am I dreaming of being a butterfly or is the butterfly dreaming of being me?
In a word: Funny.
There’s a lovely simplicity in Elise D’Avella’s staging of the tragic story.
Two decades after her suicide, Kane remains one of the most truthful voices in theater. Svaha’s production captures her brilliance.
Another review of IRC’s 2018 Fringe piece.
Justin is a heartbroken young musician who escapes to his father’s cabin in the middle of nowhere