This musical hodgepodge at the American Repertory Theater could be called ‘Let’s Sing About Me (and Me, and Then More About Me).’
American Repertory Theater
The Black Clown commands the vastness of the Loeb’s stage with an enviable energy.
Diverting the resources of Boston’s regional theaters into the casino of Broadway undercuts the ideals that launched the regional theater movement.
In the end, Jagged Little Pill manages to spotlight multiple modern problems while making us care about its characters.
The White Card‘s examination of white philanthropy and racism stays well within the comfort zone.
Despite its drawbacks, this is a powerful production that speaks to what is happening today.
All of the pieces – and some of them are quite odd and incongruent – come together in Sense & Sensibility to become one.
WARHOLCAPOTE is a breezy, 90 minute tribute to American pop and gossip.
Burn all Night is a pretty damp squib coming from one of the country’s major regional theaters.
In essence, Arrabal is a celebration of Argentina’s wonderful dance tradition, the Tango.