Apart from a few weak elements, GBS’s Calendar Girls is a well-acted, well-staged comedic romp filled with wit, warmth, and genuine insight.
Nancy E. Carroll
Yes, Ripcord is candied, but there’s just enough astringency blended in to make the sugar sufficiently tangy.
Nora Theatre Company’s thoughtful production of Precious Little will encourage you to dig a little deeper into yourself.
Seeing Happy Ending a few days after the shock of the 2016 presidential election felt bracing to me.
Like Samuel Beckett, Enda Walsh does not ignore the tenderness that flourishes, often under the duress of absurdity.
In this fiction and plays, Thomas Bernhard creates fascinatingly repugnant monsters, black holes of egotism that are symptomatic of our spiritual and moral myopia.
4000 Miles is a showcase for dramatist Amy Herzog’s quirky sensibilities and canny insights into family dynamics.