Everyday Life and Other Odds and Ends is admirable because it takes contemporary theater into fresh territory — the slow paralysis of the body and the demands this decline makes on caregivers.
Theater Commentary: Where Is Our Rage?
Why are Boston stages reacting so serenely to our current miasmas — pandemical, political, economic, and spiritual.
Theater Review: “The Peculiar Patriot” — All Heart
The Peculiar Patriot may say it is about making us feel the human price of mass incarceration in America, but there is more than a little True Romance in the mix.
Stage Commentary: Making Boston Theater Magical Again?
Diverting the resources of Boston’s regional theaters into the casino of Broadway undercuts the ideals that launched the regional theater movement.
Theater Review: Playing “The White Card”
The White Card‘s examination of white philanthropy and racism stays well within the comfort zone.
Theater Review: “17 Border Crossings” — Journeys to Nowhere
Was this trip really necessary?
Theater Preview: Melinda Lopez — A Life in the Theater
“Theater is my pathway to sanity,” Melinda Lopez explains.
Theater Review: Machine de Cirque — A Captivating Contraption
Yes, another circus show has come to town with players who display breath-taking athleticism in all its cheeky glory.
Theater Review: “Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary” — Heartfelt History
Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary is at its most theatrically gripping when Marissa Chibas is caught up in her memories.
Fuse Theater Review: “Historia de Amor” at ArtsEmerson — Daring and Unsparing Theater
Based on a graphic novel, the brilliant Historia de Amor is unrelenting in its darkness. It’s as if we’re swimming in a pool of India ink.