Scott Greer has the audience suffering with him, then happy for him. It seems this story could have been his personal history. He owns it that much.View More Every Brilliant Thing (Arden Theatre Company): 60-second review
No woods. No cutesy pop-up book set. Just three hours of pure musical theater pleasure: gorgeous melodies, clever lyrics, profound ideas and a dream cast.…View More INTO THE WOODS (Arden): A Sondheim show for grown-ups
It’s hard to know what to expect going into a children’s theater show, but this adult was quite honestly blown away.View More THE STINKY CHEESE MAN (Arden): No cheese smells this good
THREE SISTERS is the story not only of its title characters—the sisters Olga (Sarah Sanford), Masha (Katharine Powell) and Irina (Mary Tuomanen)—but also of the various characters who shuffle in and out of their country home over the course of a few years. It’s a soap opera on wheels as nearly everyone falls in love, gets caught up in adultery and waxes philosophical, all while sinking deeper and deeper into the exact sorts of lives they never wanted to lead.View More THREE SISTERS (Arden Theatre): Does the gimmick stick?