Do the games of the Marquise and Valmont still have the same old sinful fire and political relevance?
Lee Mikeska Gardner
This Proof’s weakness comes from the thinness of its lead performances.
Alan Brody’s play is a pleasant valentine, and it will likely find a life in regional and community theaters.
Debra Wise’s stellar turn is not only a reflection of her long stage career, but a testament to the breadth of her experience.
Nora Theatre Company’s thoughtful production of Precious Little will encourage you to dig a little deeper into yourself.
Mary Zimmerman’s adaptation provides a delightful evening of tall-tale storytelling that reverberates with deeper meanings amid a cross-cultural context.
Marjorie Prime explores the complex connections generated among four family members as they attempt to make sense of grief.
Director Lee Mikeska Gardner has put together a dazzling production that matches Tom Stoppard’s dazzling script.
At its deepest level, Emilie invokes the quest we all undertake to make sense of who we are, where we have come from, and where we are going.
The Nora Theatre Company’s production of Her Aching Heart has enough energy, wit, challenge, and—yes—heart to delight those who approach the rousing satire with the right spirit.