“ignorance about those who have disappeared/ undermines the reality of the world.” — Zbigniew Herbert
New Repertory Theatre
Heartland proffers a rare combination — it is a prescient history lesson that also works dramatically.
While the push for diversity in casting is admirable, it’s not enough to resuscitate a script that feels dated, even regressive in its approach to historical storytelling.
New Rep’s production of We Will Not Be Silent is an intelligent and profoundly moving work of theater.
Straight White Men features plenty of conflict, but most of this wrangling comes in the form of tiresome, repetitive familial bickering.
Playwright Jennifer Barclay has created the perfect vehicle for generating a discussion about safety in our communities.
As a storyteller, Rohina Malik exudes warmth and humanity.
A fresh interpretation does wonders for this stirring production of Man of La Mancha.
Playwright Aaron Loeb is spot on when writing about the corporate world where loyalty is maintained through non-disclosure agreements.
Lydia R. Diamond’s dialogue is funny and cutting; when it needs to it digs deep, mining gems of psychological insight.