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
Nicole Serratore, a human, and Phyl, a plant, discuss a funny, probing show which looks at plant intelligence and life.
A meditation on abuse, power, and control in performance and beyond. Nicole Serratore reviews.