Guillermo Calderón and his collaborators make a mini-documentary that reflects on Chilean politics, the pandemic, and where theater goes from here. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Stacy Osei-Kuffour’s play may be written for the stage, but as an audio drama critic Cameron Kelsall finds it one of the strongest pivots he’s encountered in the reimagined 2020 theater world.
Amir Nizar Zuabi’s play of a father and son cooking with each other over Zoom is warm but cloying. Nicole Serratore reviews.
Informative and droll, Anna Ziegler’s play about Rosalind Franklin, a scientist undervalued by history, makes for compelling audio drama. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
This audio production of Streetcar starring Audra McDonald has not quite reached its destination. Cameron Kelsall 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.
An avant-garde choose your own adventure from Pig Iron and Mimi Lien ends up curiously empty. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Cameron Kelsall is not complaining about Kathleen Clark’s sweet-natured love letter to the ethos of community theater, featuring a star turn by Penny Fuller.
Adam Bock, once again, finds the extraordinary within the ordinary in a world premiere at Williamstown. Cameron Kelsall reviews.
Cameron Kelsall finds this Ibsen revival at Williamstown brings stale melodrama rather than shocking moral turpitude.