Cameron Kelsall finds this Ibsen revival at Williamstown brings stale melodrama rather than shocking moral turpitude.
Our critic, Joey Sims, “Would Do Anything for Love”…of Lena Hall. She’s currently playing a rock-belting mom in this logic-defying, over-the-top, damn good time of a musical.
Daniel Sullivan’s near-future production allows this rarely performed Shakespeare play to show its political and kinda gay colors. Lane Williamson reviews.
Johnny G. Lloyd tests our ~patience~ with this play about solitaire champions. Joey Sims reviews.
Nancy Reagan and a tornado both descend on a small Kansas town, but only one of them causes destruction in Rat Queen Theatre Company’s new play. Lane Williamson reviews.
What do you do after the show that blows up the very premises of your chosen art form? A show named after your dog, of course. Loren Noveck reviews.
This slice-of-life play about everyday women benefits from witty writing and a warm performance from Marsha Mason, but needs more guidance. Juliet Hindell reviews.
Raúl Esparza and Brandon Uranowitz deliver magnetic performances in the Encores! Off-Center revival of Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s musical about a con man and his brother. Lane Williamson reviews.
Halley Feiffer misses the point of the original play with her Millennial refashioning of Chekhov’s “Three Sisters.” Cameron Kelsall reviews.
An out-of-work actress becomes a bounty hunter in Joe Iconis’ new musical, but the show doesn’t lean far enough into its absurd premise. Joey Sims reviews.