Romona Lisa Alexander’s impressive talent for chameleonic invention is well-suited to this demanding script.
Eight by Tenn offers eight stories whose psychological depths and linguistic riches rival those of most full-length plays.
Bread & Puppet Theater’s world of anthropomorphized trees and talking toilets is often funny, sometimes beautiful, and always memorable.
The Emperor of the Moon is a boisterous bit of family friendly late-afternoon entertainment under Shakespeare & Company’s Rose Footprint Tent.
Shakespeare & Company’s staging of Merchant of Venice is the strongest this critic has ever seen or could hope to.
Apollinaire Theatre Company has expanded the possibilities of finding first-rate outdoor Shakespeare in the Boston area.
Those seeking whimsical and intimate theatrical entertainment should take in this imaginative production.
The 7 Fingers can be depended on to fill everyone’s belly with spectacle.
In this splendid exhibition, Leon Steinmetz displays a deep appreciation of the complexity of commedia dell’arte.
Wild Williams is a marvelous antidote for the formulaic.