I found myself almost wishing the dramatist had written a longer play (a rare desire coming from a theater critic).
Merrimack Repertory Theatre
The Royale launches the Merrimack Repertory Theatre season with a gloriously theatrical punch to the gut.
My 80-Year-Old Boyfriend is a joyous delight, an irresistible reminder that time flies.
The MRT production marches clumsily along the fine line of being funny and knowing it is funny.
The Making of a Great Moment comes off as flawed entertainment
Despite some small misfires, Going to See the Kid tells an amusing, heartfelt story with confidence and flair.
Despite an appearance by Satan, this is not all that frightening a yarn for Halloween, but the MRT’s production is absorbing nonetheless.
The play is at best a solid double off the Green Monster at Fenway, or more appropriate, a line drive into the ivy at venerable Wrigley Field.
Sean Daniels displays a fearless desire to share his own battle with alcoholism, a disease that nearly destroyed his career and his life.
This gem of a play that is guaranteed to make you gasp at its surprising conclusion and leave the theater reveling in its lush language and the outstanding performances.