Maytag Virgin accomplishes what it sets out to do and then some: it is a compelling two-hander about grief and romance that explores how the two emotions can intermingle.
Timon is a fascinating, if lumpy and bumpy, black comedy with a nihilistic sting, a lacerating parable about how the worship of gold warps individuals and society.
The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes suggests some marvelous possibilities.
Apart from Claudio Roditi’s musical skill, what stood out was his warmth.
Unfortunately, no improvements to the staging will clarify dramatist David Greig’s muddled storyline.
If one of the aims of art is to create a distinctively imaginative world, than Pass Over succeeds in generating a landscape of devastation, a hopeless place filled with gaping wounds and visible scars.
The Effect is about the brain, pharmaceuticals, and how little we know about each.
Dramatist Bekah Brunstetter sidesteps easy answers and pat revelations to produce a nuanced comedy about people coming to terms with who they are and where they are from.
” I want to try everything, study everything. I just love this work.”
Every organization in the Barr Foundation’s charmed circle — large arts groups and The ARTery — have a financial stake in reinforcing the belief that the Barr’s money is being put to supremely successful use.