Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s Richard III is a deft, gripping version of Shakespeare’s vision of malevolence, staged with verve and vision.
Apart from a few weak elements, GBS’s Calendar Girls is a well-acted, well-staged comedic romp filled with wit, warmth, and genuine insight.
Hub Theatre Company’s True West is a joy to watch.
Lost Laughs is an absorbing examination of the dark side of American celebrity.
At a lean ninety minutes long, the play tackles too many big issues to do them justice.
As a storyteller, Rohina Malik exudes warmth and humanity.
KNYUM is unlike anything else New England theatre currently has to offer — in the best possible way.
The Huntington Theatre Company’s production of Molière’s classic is bright and energetic.
I found myself almost wishing the dramatist had written a longer play (a rare desire coming from a theater critic).
Coming of age in today’s world is a tumultuous and confusing experience; Ken Urban’s script expertly taps into these modern anxieties.