This is a script with an exquisite sense of balance; Trans Scripts, Part I is thoughtful, informative, honest, and playful, all at once.
Theater Review: “The Last Schwartz” — Family Matters
Yes, The Last Schwartz is a family drama through and through, but it is well crafted and touching.
Fuse Theater Review: “Blinders” — Choppy Political Satire
Patrick Gabridge’s political satire presents some intriguing sci-fi-like concepts, but the play falls into too many narrative potholes.
Fuse Theater Review: “Lobster Girl” — A Heartfelt Musical Sea Yarn
Lobster Girl presents us with an idyllic vision of Cape Ann, Massachusetts: blue and pink skies, shining water, a picturesque seagull.
Theater Review: “Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary” — Heartfelt History
Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary is at its most theatrically gripping when Marissa Chibas is caught up in her memories.
Theater Review: “The Launch Prize” — A Powerful Examination of Art, Competition, and Racism
MJ Halberstandt’s script is at its strongest when his characters, and how they connect with each other, are the focus.
Theater Review: “1984” — It’s Later Than You Think
1984‘s theatrical vision of authoritarianism in action is not for the faint of heart.
Theater Review: “An Octoroon” — Racist Melodrama, Post-Modern Version
Company One’s actors are top notch and they expertly serve the production’s antiquated style of non-realistic acting.
Theater Review: “Arabian Nights” — A Fabulous Fantasy for All Ages
The actors’ infectious energy and absolute dedication to imaginative play-acting help make Arabian Nights spellbinding.
Theater Review: “The Great Comet” — Immersive Theater, At Its Best
Who would have guessed that a hunk of War and Peace could be such an enormous amount of fun?