We need a satire that takes Trump’s radical threat more seriously than Vicuña.
Stephen Adly Guirgis has written a fine play about those who would blur their minds rather than admit just how tired they are.
With this fun and irreverent staging of Cyrano, GSC Artistic Director Robert Walsh has thrown audiences a delightful curve.
Do the games of the Marquise and Valmont still have the same old sinful fire and political relevance?
Open Theatre Project’s Gay Shorts is bold, out, and unafraid.
Director Ellie Heyman and her talented cast have their hands full with this new work because it is, in some ways, a tale of two musicals.
As long as we’re sipping the truth serum wine, the biggest obstacle presented by the Storm Warnings Repertory Theatre production is — itself.
With sufficient revision, Marisa Smith’s genial farce could well command the rom-com slot virtually every regional and community theater in the world yearns to fill.
At the heart of The Women Who Mapped The Stars is a drama about the desire of significant female astronomers to be heard and respected.
The Niceties gives us an invaluable opportunity to hover outside of the current political debate about race and American history.