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Bring your ponchos for this riotous (and very very bloody) horror comedy.
Paula Hawkins’ best-selling mystery translates well to the stage.
Sophocles’ tragedy continues to resonate and is an excellent fit for the
Strong performances and provocative ideas abound in this all-female
The Man in Black’s music receives a top-notch tribute, but the storytelling
proves less convincing.
Toybox’s new puppet show was a wonderful way to close out Fringe 2023.
Grail Moviehouse played host to a collection of compelling, experimental
Occurring at the same time as “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley,” the
play focuses more on the lives of the household staff at the titular home.
Writer/director Skyler Goff puts a darkly comic twist on the Dickens
Mary Shelley’s novel and its legacy receive a fascinating, immersive stage
Family secrets are revealed in this engaging, era-hopping dramedy.
Mike Wiley returns to the downtown theater for another memorable
What could easily have been a dark, somber story turns into one of hope.
Gale Gooch Alexander’s marital dramedy ably mixes humor and heart.
This witty take on familiar material is an absolute delight.
The hilarious pre-apocalyptic comedy features a trio of strong performances
and top-notch technical work.
A small but chemistry-rich ensemble propels this print media drama.
Thanks to sharp direction and engaging performances, the speculative sci-fi
drama avoids feeling heavy-handed.