Dave Malloy’s musical version of Moby-Dick shows promise, but he needs to trim plenty of blubber.
American Repertory Theater
Greater Good is a fiercely compelling piece, confronting its audience with a complex exploration of some of the most pressing issues of our day.
The playwright supplies a memorable encounter between young and old in the play’s final scene, but it is too late to compensate for the superficiality of the Pirandello-lite antics that have come before.
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival production of Othello lacks a tragic dimension not because it highlights Othello’s “Otherness,” but because it eschews any vestige of grandeur or nobility.
This is yet another sentimental exercise in the mechanics of mother/daughter rapprochement
I speak for the legions who benefitted from your friendship and your great energy and talent.
This musical hodgepodge at the American Repertory Theater could be called ‘Let’s Sing About Me (and Me, and Then More About Me).’
The Black Clown commands the vastness of the Loeb’s stage with an enviable energy.
Diverting the resources of Boston’s regional theaters into the casino of Broadway undercuts the ideals that launched the regional theater movement.
In the end, Jagged Little Pill manages to spotlight multiple modern problems while making us care about its characters.