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But its epistolary form is low on drama.
'The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised] [Again]' is seriously funny business performed by a talented triumvirate of fools.
Charly Evon Simpson’s poignant drama about family, forgiveness, and healing will stay with you for a long time.
Subtitled 'A Sherlock Holmes Mystery,' the farce features brilliant and broad performances from an incredibly gifted team of comedic actors.
It's a production full of cheer, curiosity, and a desire to learn and care more about our neighbors.
It’s a play both timeless and timely, a good old-fashioned family feud, a soap opera with crowns and daggers.
Shakespeare's romantic comedy gets an enjoyable 20th-anniversary production.
Tuyết Thị Phạm’s sardonic family drama echoes 'Look Who's Coming to Dinner.'
The modern dress musical production of Euripedes’ ancient Greek tragedy is a unique, immersive Bacchanalian experience — and it's free.
The play begins as a Latinx family melodrama, spirals into the surreal, and will haunt you for a long time.
The sparseness and intensity of the production underscore the ambiguity of the play’s central question: Is Henry V a benevolent or malign ruler?
It's the perfect play for springtime, full of hope, young love, and the pursuit of happiness.