In this dramatization of a real document from 1942, American soldiers have a little too much fun in a quaint British town and are given the titular pamphlet to tame their Yankee impulses. Alicia Kort reviews.
Thaddeus Phillips plays an unnamed traveler as well as everyone he encounters crossing the titular seventeen borders in this tour de force solo play. Alicia Kort reviews.
Six modern women enter a convent in Jessica Dickey’s new play, but the results end up being the same for all. Alicia Kort reviews.
Does this love letter succeed in rectifying the public image of a lost soul mate? Alicia Kort reviews.
Mia Chung shatters expectations with her smart, challenging new family play. Alicia Kort reviews.
Raising questions about fact and truth without answering any, this new play starring Daniel Radcliffe functions like a half-written sentence. Alicia Kort reviews.
Glenn Close moves the audience to the heavens in this new play from Jane Anderson. Alicia Kort reviews.
The horrors of adolescent get brought to the fore in this soul-bearing verbatim piece devised from teen diaries. Alicia Kort reviews
Alicia Kort reviews the Mobile Unit’s newest production.
John Lithgow shares his love of storytelling and tales of his father who read him these bedtime stories. Alicia Kort reviews.