This exciting look at Shakespeare’s tragedy is a decidedly gothic affair.
Allegra Libonati has assembled a mostly excellent cast for what at first glance should be an evening of quality Bardic entertainment.
Mortals would be foolish to miss the ASP’s version of Shakespeare’s Dream.
The source material — and the skills of Tennessee Williams’ posthumous collaborators — provides an evening of compelling theater.
Debra Wise’s stellar turn is not only a reflection of her long stage career, but a testament to the breadth of her experience.
Apollinaire Theatre Company has done delightful justice to this zesty rejuvenation of a didactic dramatic chestnut.
Questioning Joshua Sobol’s right to write about these kinds of intimate atrocities is to suggest that stages should never address these issues.
With each piece, the impressive physicality of Kodō’s drummers becomes even more theatrical.
This is a wonderful production of an important play that still has a dog in the fight.
Jeffrey Sweet has provided a handy oral history of the ways playwriting has changed over three generations.