Part cautionary tale about the fate of the earth, part homage to Samuel Beckett, part theatrical metaphor for dementia, X is a harrowing exploration of the human psyche.
Flat Earth Theatre
Some may find the Lise Meitner’s story cathartic, others may think it is frustratingly familiar.
Flat Earth Theatre has made a bold and relevant programming choice, taking on a play that examines how technology can both shape our illicit desires and fulfill them with ease.
Flat Earth Theatre’s staging of Antigone was filled with strong performances and provocative ideas.
This staging, in terms of quality, surpasses any previous Flat Earth Theatre production I have attended.
Silent Sky is a moving and thoughtful play; it is well worth the gaze of any serious theatergoer.
Patrick Gabridge’s political satire presents some intriguing sci-fi-like concepts, but the play falls into too many narrative potholes.
In BUG, a deranged veteran fights for his “freedom” against phantoms in a hermetically sealed echo chamber that he is willing to blow up for the good of mankind. As The Tea Party would have it: Either change the government or shut it down.
Any month that includes an attempt to get kids into the poetry of Shakespeare, inspirational women, and talking chickens looks fairly promising. By Bill Marx 1: Shakespeare and the Language that Shaped a World by Kevin G. Coleman. Directed by Jenna Ware. Presented by Shakespeare and Company at the Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre, Lenox, MA, […]