Schimmelpfennig’s Winter Solstice is an important play by a major playwright.
Steven Barkhimer’s mastery of the role’s physicality is the key to his expression of its villainy.
Dario Fo’s dark comedy still deserves its reputation as a classic.
Scripts like The Hearing also provide an optic through which to examine our own nation’s problems.
Director Courtney O’Connor, the Nora Theatre, and its skilled cast do right by this hilarious historical comedy.
Matthew Woods and his actors do not draw on a faux-naturalist performance style, which is so (unfortunately) fashionable in mainstream theater.
An entertaining but surprisingly slight monologue from Israeli playwright Joshua Sobol.
This staging, in terms of quality, surpasses any previous Flat Earth Theatre production I have attended.
In Ionesco’s play, society no longer makes sense — even to itself.
Playwright Aaron Loeb is spot on when writing about the corporate world where loyalty is maintained through non-disclosure agreements.