Once it gets its bearings, Mr. Fullerton, Between the Sheets, tosses and turns its way through the throes of hidden romance, miscommunication, reconciliation and, eventually, heartbreak.
Fuse Theater Review: Nora Theatre Company’s “Emilie” — Where History, Feminism, and Science Fiction Meet
At its deepest level, Emilie invokes the quest we all undertake to make sense of who we are, where we have come from, and where we are going.
Theater Review: A Romp Through This Year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival
We stirred in a number of scrappier shows at more experimental venues and were treated to Edinburgh’s wild and wonderful arts extravaganza.
Theater Interview: “Deported/ a dream play” – A Tale of New England With Global Implications
Many countries, including our own, still have not officially acknowledged that this genocide actually occurred and who was responsible. New England, and specifically the greater Boston area, has one of the largest Armenian populations in the nation.