This Midsummer Night’s Dream is a pleasant enough entertainment that is helped mightily by the bucolic waterfront setting.
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Schimmelpfennig’s Winter Solstice is an important play by a major playwright.
Apollinaire Theatre Company has done delightful justice to this zesty rejuvenation of a didactic dramatic chestnut.
Informed Consent is the smartest play I’ve seen hit Boston area stages since the new year began.
Brilliant Adventures is an intriguing combo of realism and fantasy by an obviously talented dramatist.
Apollinaire Theatre Company has expanded the possibilities of finding first-rate outdoor Shakespeare in the Boston area.
Threesome is sharply written, bitingly funny, and ultimately devastating.
Okada’s play reflects how skepticism has become the default stance for young adults shellshocked by post-recession economic restructuring.
Federico García Lorca’s Blood Wedding remains edgier than most American fare in this century.
In dramatist Nicolas Billon’s enigmatic but involving Greenland, the audience is called on to actively reconstruct what occurred in the characters’ lives.