Imaginary Beasts’ Winter Panto 2019 proffers plenty of enthusiasm, wit, and panache.
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.
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The company’s staging is dynamic and vivacious, and the unconventional seating arrangements give audience members the chance to place themselves in the center of the action.
Hub Theatre Company’s production bursts with energy, staged with a clear-minded sense of movement and a hand-made quality that generates ample charm and whimsy.
Driven by vibrant performances and exceptional design work, Murder for Two’s good-natured musical tale of murder makes it an ideal Halloween treat.
Most of the time, Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s production of Macbeth is compelling.
Not all of the production’s choices pay off, but Hamnet is a fascinating, one-of-a-kind play that strikes at a universal sense of longing.
Straight White Men features plenty of conflict, but most of this wrangling comes in the form of tiresome, repetitive familial bickering.
The show’s attempt at satire comes off as blunt and lecture-heavy at times, but the production still manages to be an engaging comedy of manners.