Danton, Marat, Robespierre, and their ilk have mostly been forgotten, while the guillotined Marie retains fame.
Theatre Horizon’s production of William Finn’s autobiographical musical comedy is filled with off-beat humor, powerhouse vocals, and a life-affirming message.
One actor plays dozens of roles in a hilarious parody of the mad scramble for reservations at a trendy restaurant in Manhattan.
Kenneth Lonergan’s new play explores the many levels of trust.
Interview with Christopher Colucci about the making of a holiday
Ozzie Jones’s production of this updated Langston Hughes play dazzles in just about every way a theater piece can.
The creators/performers of THE LIGHT PRINCESS discuss the development of their adaptation of the 19th-century Scottish fairytale before its workshop production in the Fringe.
Suzan-Lori Parks’ post-modern re-envisioning of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter addresses the theme of destiny, the tragedy of poverty, and the societal need for compassion in a provocative in-your-face production
Theatre Horizon tackles Steven Sondheim’s alternative take on fairy tales.
You can’t have a happy play about apartheid, but the solemn subject matter presents complex ground navigated beautifully with two actors and a sparse stage.