Henrik Eger’s entertaining, yet sensitive review of a fun holiday show.
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.