Nicole Serratore experienced sensory overload in this storytelling show with where the audience is meant to imagine an imaginary movie.
Ambitious gun culture satire sometimes misses the target. Nicole Serratore reviews.
In Daniel Kitson’s storytelling show, he looks back on his past and is surprised by what he finds. Nicole Serratore reflects along with him.
A sly, subtle trip through repressed queer desire gives a peek at the orbits of women around each other. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Dead Centre presents a meditation on death and grief with a remarkable performance from a young actor. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Sure the production is a people-pleaser, but Nicole Serratore wants you to focus on Tammy Blanchard and no one else.
Theater critics are the butt of jokes by three performance artists in this funny, smart deconstruction of the critical gaze. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Adrienne Truscott brings an inclusive team approach to a new looser version of her still devastating comedy show about rape culture. Nicole Serratore reviews.
April Matthis gives a passionate performance as a historic baseball player and a woman out of time in Lydia Diamond’s play. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Eclectic array of one-act plays covering tourists, birds, and Jesus introduces a handful of new artists to our critic. Nicole Serratore reviews.