Truman & Tennessee is a meticulously researched and edited documentary about two gay men and their differing commitments to art.
The heart and soul that so prominently flavors the Black Beans Project no doubt reflects the hopeful moment we’re in.
The “Real” Emily Dickinson never materializes, but the “Real” Mabel Loomis Todd does — and it’s a sometimes shocking and sad story.
You need to hear this play. Especially if you are white and already “know” Othello. Listen again (and again) and prepare to question old assumptions.
The show is made all the more powerful by the fact that we’ve now spent 12 months enduring Covid and four years of science denial and “alternative facts.”
This is a very effective political drama, a relevant warning about what social critic Chris Hedges calls the formation of “corporate totalitarianism.”
Amir Nizar Zuabi’s engaging drama is a hopeful testament to communication and forgiveness.
Our theater critics pick some of the outstanding productions of a year truncated by COVID-19.
A 50th anniversary is a wonderful milestone, and I congratulate the Revels for looking back and huzzahing the occasion as they have.
Underground Railway Theater has a runaway hit. You’ll never see a show quite like it. It’s bold, ridiculous, and very risky.