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.
Trapped in a bad date that won’t end, Terrence McNally’s play tests our patience. Nicole Serratore resists and reviews.
A new interpretation of Little Women from Kate Hamill delivers a garbled message about identity and pursuing your dreams. Nicole Serratore reviews.
The performances still make Arthur Miller’s play rattle albeit in a pedestrian, literal production. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Skillful design is failed by a contrived, thin narrative in this puppet-driven show. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Absurd and kooky, but an effective transposition of Macbeth to a boxing ring by Japanese company Kaimaku Pennant Race. Nicole Serratore reviews