This is a script with an exquisite sense of balance; Trans Scripts, Part I is thoughtful, informative, honest, and playful, all at once.
Yes, The Last Schwartz is a family drama through and through, but it is well crafted and touching.
Patrick Gabridge’s political satire presents some intriguing sci-fi-like concepts, but the play falls into too many narrative potholes.
Lobster Girl presents us with an idyllic vision of Cape Ann, Massachusetts: blue and pink skies, shining water, a picturesque seagull.
Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary is at its most theatrically gripping when Marissa Chibas is caught up in her memories.
MJ Halberstandt’s script is at its strongest when his characters, and how they connect with each other, are the focus.
1984‘s theatrical vision of authoritarianism in action is not for the faint of heart.
Company One’s actors are top notch and they expertly serve the production’s antiquated style of non-realistic acting.
The actors’ infectious energy and absolute dedication to imaginative play-acting help make Arabian Nights spellbinding.
Who would have guessed that a hunk of War and Peace could be such an enormous amount of fun?