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Overall this is an engaging and coherent concept: Shakespearean tragedy as horror movie, with a great modern look and feel.
Orlandersmith depicts a set of eight characters who talk just as much about their own history as about the case itself.
Instead of creating an issue drama, playwright profiles well-meaning people involved in the quandary of baking for a gay wedding.
Schemers scam and doors slam in a world premiere farce that seldom lets the "Office" actor and his castmates rest.
Philip Dawkins' play, now in its world premiere at Raven Theatre, imagines evolving friendship of theater greats Tennessee Williams and William Inge.
We could just say the play can be called brainy, which is both its strength and its weakness.
he English play “hang,” receiving its American premiere in a superbly acted Remy Bumppo production, leaves its audience hanging for a good while as the dialogue slowly oozes out bits of …
Wendy Robie, Kate Fry bring subtlety — if not much chemistry — to the mother-daughter lead roles in dark drama from writer of "Three Billboards ..."
Audacious and enigmatic new play by Stacy Osei-Kuffour confronts us with the image of a fellow talking while suspended.
“Plantation!” in the end most feels like an exceptionally good extended comedy sketch. It can be, and hopefully will be more.
The beautifully looking and fitfully engrossing production depicts two dramatic days in the life of Queen Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots.
This Goodman production stars an exceptional ensemble of all-local performers, and each provides a full and sympathetic character portrayal.
BREACH” is a broad comedy, often even sitcom-ish in style ... a funny and thoughtful work, vitally played by a terrific cast.
The production directed by William Brown, presents a set of fine performances and flashes of genuine dramatic beauty.
Dominique Morisseau’s characters, particularly in the hands of this superb cast and under the direction of Ron OJ Parson, are utterly believable.