A review in words and sketch by Chuck Schultz and Yumna Tolaimate
THE HUMANS is a difficult play to like or to watch
Three married couples in a romp about infidelity who all have years of stage work and accolades to their names.
Aaron Posner’s hilarious reinvention of The Seagull captures all of Chekhov’s laughable characters, absurdities of life, and self-references to the theater from a 21st-century perspective.
One must praise Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s CAESAR and do everything to keep it from being buried until the maximum number of people see Patrick Mulcahy’s intelligent, timely production.
The story is a little dated, but that is part of its charm, like watching a Norman Rockwell painting come to life.
Agatha Christie has always been a theatrical guilty pleasure, like sitting down with a nice genre book or singing along to top 40
Life imitates art far more than art imitates art.
People’s Light & Theatre Company pairs Itamar Moses’s uber-witty historical farce BACH AT LEIPZIG with the zaniness of director Pete Pryor in a hilarious, intelligent production.