Few critics proclaimed that the emperor was naked as a jaybird with as much savvy panache.
Octavio Solis’ Quixote Nuevo, is a genial, and very American, riff on Don Quixote.
Those who value serious journalism (as well as the rights of journalists) should be quite worried about just how lethally Boston Globe management is attempting to undercut the newspaper’s union.
TRIPTYCH (Eyes of One on Another) serves up a cool emotional package.
At its best, Lauren Yee’s vibrant play with music offers a compelling exploration of survivor guilt, the urge for revenge, the deforming power of the past, and the impossibility of finding justice for crimes against humanity.
Evaluated as an empathy workout, Trayf never asks us to break a sweat.
Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.
Much ado about nihilism.
Listening to the dead speak, amid the natural grandeur of Mount Auburn Cemetery, is a moving experience.
David Gow’s earnest, intelligent drama about the fragility of identity, though somewhat glibly reassuring, generates powerful moments in this bare-bones production from the Acropolis Stage Company.