Playwright and performer Kev Berry offers a personal essay in which he grapples with returning to theatre after the shutdown and his own journey to sobriety.
Sharon D. Clarke is the emotional engine in a blistering new revival of Jeanine Tesori and Tony Kushner’s operatic musical. The production, delayed by the pandemic, pushes its audience to sit in discomfort, something they might be unwilling to do. Kev Berry reviews.
Stage adaptations of two classic horror stories oddly offer few chills. Kev Berry reviews.
An earnest holiday treat destined to bring tears to your eyes. Kev Berry weeps and reviews.
David Byrne’s intimate theatrical concert speaks to trying to do the best you can do in these brutal times. Kev Berry reviews
Enda Walsh brilliantly translates a complicated postmodern novel about grief to the stage. Kev Berry reviews.
Kev Berry gets angry and grapples with questions of artistic responsibility.
Thrilling choreography, catchy tunes, and a warmhearted message, but a watered-down idea of queerness lurks in The Prom.
The overarching impact is as elusive as the act of remembering in Ngozi Anyanwu’s new play. Kev Berry reviews.
Richard Bean’s The Nap is a mostly funny comedy that loses it’s mirth with tasteless trans jokes. Kev Berry reviews.