In the end, Jagged Little Pill manages to spotlight multiple modern problems while making us care about its characters.
Director Ellie Heyman and her talented cast have their hands full with this new work because it is, in some ways, a tale of two musicals.
A fresh interpretation does wonders for this stirring production of Man of La Mancha.
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.
In essence, Arrabal is a celebration of Argentina’s wonderful dance tradition, the Tango.
In all, Chorus pro Musica’s production was witty and diverting, timely in spots and smart throughout
The talented SpeakEasy Stage ensemble offers enough harmonious pizazz to make up for the musical ‘s erotic fizzle.
The musical is a relentless, one hour and fifty minute excursion into the history of racial bias in America, from the cotton fields to the Civil Rights movement.
This character-driven comedy about three generations of illusionists is light as a bauble, yet packs a subtle psychological punch.
Director Paul Daigneault and SpeakEasy Stage have a hit on their hands