It’s impossible not to be moved by Lauren Gunderson’s elegant, understated writing.
Albert Finney was the greatest interpreter of England’s gift to the world of contemporary theater, the Kitchen Sink Drama.
Anchored by the assured direction of Cailin Doran and Jade Wheeler’s dazzling performance, Who is Eartha Mae? sings with truth.
The generally enjoyable Bedlam production of Pygmalion doesn’t quite settle for the glucose bait.
What makes Portland Stage’s production of Earnest such a delight is its physicality.
Imaginary Beasts’ Winter Panto 2019 proffers plenty of enthusiasm, wit, and panache.
The Night Watch supplies a powerful kickoff for the Gamm Theatre’s 2019 season.
Qualms aside, Slow Food is an enjoyable show that taps into the uncertainties of middle-aged parents who must confront a strange, new life without the kids.
I strongly advise you to explore the wizardry of Manual Cinema — its potential is considerable.
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival production of Othello lacks a tragic dimension not because it highlights Othello’s “Otherness,” but because it eschews any vestige of grandeur or nobility.