Chuck Schultz previews Lucas Hnath’s sequel to Ibsen’s classic.
Traverse a culinary landscape marked by family memories and ancient myth
In this world, space isn’t the final frontier. It’s the California desert post-gold rush.
Henrik Eger considers PTC’s Sweat, Walnut’s Holiday Inn, and the state of American culture.
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,
Henrik Eger interviews the star of Hedgerow’s new production of a classical Greek tragedy.
Never underestimate the power of taking away the lights. Then anything might be there in the dark.
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
EgoPo Classic Theater is looking at the South African region to consider the geographical mysteries and beauty of African culture.
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.
A conversation between James Baldwin and Margaret Mead
Virtuosio athletic feats are offset with the fragility of humanity and the inevitable risks of passion and love.