Throughout history, theater has been a place where the community has looked honestly at what is killing it.
Truman & Tennessee is a meticulously researched and edited documentary about two gay men and their differing commitments to art.
The GSC production of Tiny Beautiful Things supplies a 90-minute catharsis, an opportunity to deal with all we’ve bottled up over the last 15 months or so.
For many dramatists, the label of ‘leftism’ was not pejorative: it was about fighting for human decency and political reform.
Songs for a New World grapples with the jumble of emotions prompted by the end of the pandemic, while also serving as a potent reminder of what a joyful experience musical theater can be.
“We can, of course, be deceived in many ways. We can be deceived by believing what is untrue, but we certainly are also deceived by not believing what is true.” — Søren Kierkegaard
The heart and soul that so prominently flavors the Black Beans Project no doubt reflects the hopeful moment we’re in.
The “Real” Emily Dickinson never materializes, but the “Real” Mabel Loomis Todd does — and it’s a sometimes shocking and sad story.
An exciting, subversive idea animates TJ Loves Sally 4 Ever.
The arrival of Groundwater Arts suggests the birth of efforts to organize artists and others to press cultural organizations to take meaningful action on the climate crisis.