A crippling honesty and family ties mark August Wilson’s Radio Golf, a play that flows with humor along with sharply incisive dialogue and a clever story line.View More RADIO GOLF (Arden): Hearts on one side, heads on the other
What with James Ijames winning the Pulitzer Prize for Drama (bravo!) two days ago, the bar was set very high for his newest playView More REVERIE (Azuka Theatre): Aiming for a high bar
Time travel as spiritual reality and a throbbing moral obligationView More MY GENERAL TUBMAN (Arden): Ancestors calling
It’s very satisfying to see this 1978 play revived; it still speaks to us and to the American conditionView More BURIED CHILD (EgoPo): A powerful production of a difficult play
Chuck Schultz sketches one half of the “Censured” series of South African playsView More Theater in Sketch: MASTER HAROLD… AND THE BOYS (EgoPo)
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?
In adapting THE BLUEST EYE, Lydia R. Diamond trusts Toni Morrison.View More THE BLUEST EYE (Arden): Bringing Toni Morrison to the stage
Dito van Reigersberg in a new drag persona steals the spotlight in this riotuous, fierce production.View More THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE (Arden): “Your First Shade!”