The Lyric Stage Company of Boston is giving this nostalgic hokum a spirited production.
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Pacific Overtures offers a history lesson — but it is an entertaining, moving, thought-provoking, and timely one.
Director A. Nora Long’s decision to collaborate with an all female-identifying design team and crew underscores her commitment to a feminist vision.
The success or failure of this show rests primarily on the physical presence, voice and acting of the actor playing the celebrated lyric tenor Roland Hayes.
This was the first stage production in a while that had me on my feet at the end, and thinking and feeling about it long afterward.
The Lyric Stage production of Anna Christie does right by Eugene O’Neill’s brilliance.
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.
Fresh Ink Theatre is to be applauded for taking risks, for daring to mix it all up, for giving audiences a taste of what theater, shelter-skelter version, can be.
Stage Kiss is Sarah Ruhl’s whimsical contribution to the age-old artistic theme of art vs. life.
Though Kenneth Lin wrote Warrior Class in 2012, it is easy to see its resonances with the 2016 election cycle.