The White Card‘s examination of white philanthropy and racism stays well within the comfort zone.
American Repertory Theater
Despite its drawbacks, this is a powerful production that speaks to what is happening today.
All of the pieces – and some of them are quite odd and incongruent – come together in Sense & Sensibility to become one.
WARHOLCAPOTE is a breezy, 90 minute tribute to American pop and gossip.
Burn all Night is a pretty damp squib coming from one of the country’s major regional theaters.
In essence, Arrabal is a celebration of Argentina’s wonderful dance tradition, the Tango.
The ART presents a staid production of Tennessee Williams’ talky chamber play about wanderers struggling to be released from their pain.
This is a script with an exquisite sense of balance; Trans Scripts, Part I is thoughtful, informative, honest, and playful, all at once.
Bill Rauch and company keep the superficial contrivances hurtling along at a fast enough pace so we aren’t given much time to think.
This is a rich evening of theater because it takes up social and psychological problems that aren’t ordinarily addressed on our stages.