As a storyteller, Rohina Malik exudes warmth and humanity.
KNYUM is unlike anything else New England theatre currently has to offer — in the best possible way.
The Huntington Theatre Company’s production of Molière’s classic is bright and energetic.
I found myself almost wishing the dramatist had written a longer play (a rare desire coming from a theater critic).
Coming of age in today’s world is a tumultuous and confusing experience; Ken Urban’s script expertly taps into these modern anxieties.
If Gypsy is one of your favorite musicals, chances are you’ll find Lyric Stage’s production of the admired show to be a terrific time.
This production’s approach to Bulgakov’s source material is refreshing in its directness; it’s also bursting with visual and auditory inventiveness.
My 80-Year-Old Boyfriend is a joyous delight, an irresistible reminder that time flies.
Chill is a solid enough attempt to dramatize a millennial coming-of-age story, but it is reluctant to probe very deeply into the guts of the zeitgeist.
Silent Sky is a moving and thoughtful play; it is well worth the gaze of any serious theatergoer.