Underground Railway Theater has a runaway hit. You’ll never see a show quite like it. It’s bold, ridiculous, and very risky.
David R. Gammons
Frankenstein is a gripping amalgamation of the elemental and the technological.
Marlowe’s skill in maintaining a high level of complexity put the history play on a sophisticated footing.
Askins’ script is an amusing mash-up of sex comedy and supernatural horror parody.
A Measure of Normalcy pays more attention to its many themes than its characterizations..
Attempting to dig underneath our protective psychic skins to get at the festering Ids within, John Kuntz would like Necessary Monsters to mesh laughter and fright, comedy and horror.
The intriguing notion of a down-and-out clown troupe struggling with a classic text propels this superb production.
Unlike much of what comes through the new play development pipeline, “The Whale” proffers a coherent narrative structure — the result is a well-crafted, somewhat edgy, domestic tragedy.
The questions at stake are good ones and not asked very often in contemporary plays: why do some win and others lose in America? And what are the responsibilities of the haves and the have-nots?