This is a rich evening of theater because it takes up social and psychological problems that aren’t ordinarily addressed on our stages.
American Repertory Theater
RoosevElvis turns out to a sort of slaphappy homage to two American legends, a genial romp that sticks to stereotypes.
Alvin Epstein’s recollections about his decades as a stage performer have been gathered in the form of tales abut what happened behind the scenes,.
1984‘s theatrical vision of authoritarianism in action is not for the faint of heart.
Nice Fish serves up a deliciously droll brand of American existentialism.
Who would have guessed that a hunk of War and Peace could be such an enormous amount of fun?
The things that go bump in the night are a pretty gooey lot in Ghost Quartet.
A few quibbles aside, the musical Waitress plays and sounds like it’s close to ready for the Broadway big time.
May Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3) fill the Loeb Drama Center to the brim and then some.
If the fate of life on earth comes down to mother and daughter bonding over a racy passage in Anaïs Nin, then he whales should just call it a day.