In the spirit of Passover’s four questions, I will ask: Why this play of all plays?
Melinda Lopez’s superb new translation of Yerma makes the language of the play approachable, even conversational, without losing the beauty of Lorca’s poetry.
This thoroughly cockamamy world offers the kind of guilty pleasure that you hope never ends.
Nora Theatre Company’s thoughtful production of Precious Little will encourage you to dig a little deeper into yourself.
This is a thoroughly pedestrian production — wobbly, uninspired, and often downright tedious.
The ASP’s superb production of The Winter’s Tale provides a unusually deft fusion of tragedy and comedy.
In this production, intractable conflicts occasionally bubble to the surface, but too often they are buried beneath family squabbling.
Dramatist Savyon Liebrecht was recently in the Boston area for a residency with Israeli Stage — two of her scripts, both dealing with Freud and his legacy, received their world premieres here as workshop productions.
Motti Lerner’s characters succeed in making both the secular and ultra-religious life appear rewarding and believable.
“The working relationship is based on the mutual feeling that all three of us have the same understanding of the purpose of the theatre – to present plays that create a cathartic experience for the spectator, which might open his eyes and his heart to a new consciousness.”