Going full maximalism, this live streaming show is skewering satire of white supremacy in gay circles.
An interactive, phone-based show makes you think about celebrity, media, history, and memory. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Daniel Krane and Joey Sims contemplate what might make virtual theater appointment viewing–and appreciate quarantine theater that’s polished enough to criticize.
Various theater-adjacent projects offer alternatives for reading and interpreting theater at home. Nicole Serratore explores closet dramas and their ilk.
A Zoom show about listening and distance offers moments of connection, with a surprise appearance of a cat. Nicole Serratore reviews.
With a shortened 2020 theater season, we focus on the exciting artists we came across in 2020 and who we want to see more from in a post-pandemic theater world order.
An online rendering of Conor McPherson’s The Weir highlights our pandemic loneliness. Pat Maley reviews.
The George Floyd protests opened up theater lobbies and has prompted a new dialogue about theater and race. Joey Sims investigates.
Stage managers pivot to Zoom. Joey Sims reports on how this job has shifted in pandemic times.
7 Daughters of Eve and Sibyl Kempson gather worshipers together for a delicate new form of theater-church. Janaki Ranpura gives thanks and praise.