Martin Zimmerman’s visceral, thoroughly modern, elegant one-woman show inspired by the tragic 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting.View More ON THE EXHALE (Theatre Exile): A one-woman show handles a loaded issue
Director Matt Pfeiffer talks about directing a one-actor play about gun violenceView More On Target: Matt Pfeiffer talks about directing ON THE EXHALE
The constant menace of teenage ambition hums under the entire production.View More DANCE NATION (Wilma): What it means to be ferociously pubescent
Nichole Canuso imparts a different way of looking at loss, living, and love.View More SNEAKERS (Nichole Canuso Dance): 2019 Fringe review
Why does SWEAT appeal to us, as aging urban middle-to-upper-to-upper-upper-class theatergoers? Do we hope to understand? Relate? Gawk? What do we applaud?View More SWEAT (PTC): What’s the matter with Reading?
There are many good comedies out there, but not many where the weight of tragedy crests and wanes beneath the laughter.View More HOPE AND GRAVITY (1812 Productions): “Even the lightest things come crashing back down to earth.”
CABARET has taken on a new level of relevance, but Matthew Decker’s re-creation of Sam Mendes’ famous production remains stuck in the past.View More CABARET (Arden): Glücklich zu sehen?
Three married couples in a romp about infidelity who all have years of stage work and accolades to their names.View More Many Happy Returns: Trey Lyford wishes you HAPPY BIRTHDAY (1812 Productions)
GENTLEMAN VOLUNTEERS displays charm, psychological interest, and fringe sentiment which planted the roots of Pig Iron’s experimentation.View More GENTLEMEN VOLUNTEERS (Pig Iron): Psychology, trickery, live foley, everything you want
Jo Strømgren Kompani boldly promise to deliver the essence of the celebrated play despite making ambitious changes to it.View More A DOLL’S HOUSE (Jo Strømgren Kompani): 2015 Fringe review 9.2
This DOLL’s HOUSE is human and multifaceted, lighthearted and ironic, narrative with a dancer’s expression of character.View More A DOLL’S HOUSE (Jo Strømgren Kompani): 2015 Fringe review 9.1
This fall, Lyford takes a break from his typical role as a contemporary clown and returns to Fringe Festival in Jo Strømgren’s recreation of Henrik Ibsen’s famous play, A Doll’s House.View More Jumping Out Of Airplanes: Trey Lyford on theater, life, and DOLL’S HOUSE at the 2015 Fringe Festival