This revival of 1776 tries to strike a culture wars balance, celebrating the country’s commitment to independence while also here and there skewering the idealized images and blatant hypocrisies of America’s patriarchal founders.
As National Pride Month begins, The Inheritance is a powerful way to honor and remember the impossible journey so many have taken to win the right to simply be themselves in public.
This sizzling production of Ain’t Misbehavin’ is one of those one-of-a kind of experiences that we all long for in the theater.
Once again,under challenging circumstances, the Revels cast and crew has pulled off a rousing good show.
Our theater critics pick some of the outstanding productions in a year mangled by COVID.
Unfortunately, it’s becoming increasingly rare for Boston area theater companies to produce shows that are as deeply rooted in our local culture as this one.
Wild Horses is a sort of hybrid of familiar coming-of-age stories: Little Women meets Summer of ’42, with a dollop of Stand By Me tossed in for intrigue.
As the play ends, all four characters have a clear understanding of their marching orders. But will they — or we — act on them?
If the theater really mirrors life, then you can bet we’re in for some drastic changes and adjustments, even on Broadway.
Truman & Tennessee is a meticulously researched and edited documentary about two gay men and their differing commitments to art.