Put on your thinking cap if you’re thinking of going to see DESCRIBE THE NIGHTView More DESCRIBE THE NIGHT (Wilma): Put on your thinking caps
What about Shakespeare do we want kids to like?View More ROMEO AND JULIET (Wilma): Wherefore do Romeo and Juliet?
There’s no fourth wall here: the audience is complicit in the consideration of POC men who lost their lives to judicial murderView More KILL MOVE PARADISE (Wilma Theater): 2018 Fringe review
The way to get an audience to ask itself profound questions about a work is not by asking the audience profound questions about the work.View More PASSAGE (Wilma): Love and death in Country X
Relevant themes and ideas rarely seen on an opera stageView More WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED (Opera Philly): 2017 Fringe review
Blanka Zizka boldly steps forth as both debut playwright and seasoned director of the semi-autobiographical ADAPT!View More ADAPT! (Wilma): On the brink of dawn
“We have all the time we ever had.”View More CONSTELLATIONS (Wilma): Love in the multiverse
Beyond being entertaining and thought-provoking, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s AN OCTOROON is an experienceView More AN OCTOROON (Wilma): A melodrama, a social commentary, an experience
A new $10 million in funds includes money for an updated facade, a cafe space, and a 10-member artistic company.View More What Can The Wilma Do With $10 Million?
Tom Stoppard’s ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD is perhaps the most ubiquitous work of postmodern drama.View More ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (Wilma): A contemporary classic, in three parts
Whit MacLaughlin is going off the deep end with this one. Are you willing to jump in with him? New Paradise Laboratories’ handsomely crafted, meticulously acted, and totally weird production, is not easily accessible. Nothing much can be taken literally here, and the production doesn’t reward searching for specific meanings as it creates its own tilted world with its own skewed logic.View More THE ADULTS (New Paradise Laboratories): Fringe Review 20.2
Rhrough minimal, absurd dialogue and highly stylized, disjointed movement, the ensemble-devised work evokes the boredom and bad behavior of a privileged vacationing family of film artists and their guests.View More THE ADULTS (New Paradise Laboratories): Fringe Review 20
Sibling rivalry, conflicting personalities, and antithetical lifestyles regress to anti-social antics, primal rage, and role reversal in TRUE WEST, Sam Shepard’s dark comedy about two…View More TRUE WEST (Theatre Exile): Sibling rivalry and the American dream
A few years ago I was at that good used bookstore on 20th Street by the Free Library and saw a crowd gathering on the…View More NORTH OF THE BOULEVARD (Theatre Exile): If the Boss wrote plays he’d write this one