The Druid Theatre Company staging shows what amazing things happens when a group of artists work together fully and completely .
It’s good fun and, for a while at least, it’s interesting to watch the actors fulfill the play’s impish demands.
Jennifer Haley’s play is compelling and timely because it forces us to face facts, actual and alternative.
The Christmas Revels is very much a celebration, and one with a lovely spirit.
It’s the wild mind of puppeteer Paul Zaloom that’s really on display here.
The New Rep production is polished, surprising, and certainly hard-hitting.
Man in Snow encourages us to reflect on our own bit of mortality. We don’t probably take the time to do that enough.
This company of highly talented collaborators asks: “What is it about our collective psyche that fastens on so tightly to guns?”