Man in Snow encourages us to reflect on our own bit of mortality. We don’t probably take the time to do that enough.
Anat Gov’s play about wrestling with life and God is an outrageously provocative script that showcases the best of contemporary Israeli art.
Maureen Keiller and Will Lyman have performed numerous staged readings of Oh God and their intimate knowledge of the text shows.
Let no one accuse the Boston theater community of being moribund.
For all of its sound and fury and smoke, the CSC’s version of King Lear is solid rather than surprising or exciting.
Tragedy isn’t when evil triumphs, but when good becomes entangled in its own inevitable contradictions.
Supplementing Eugene O’Neill’s high drama is a subtle score of music and sound created by Dewey Dellay, an Elliot Norton Award winner for Outstanding Design.