Playwright Aaron Loeb is spot on when writing about the corporate world where loyalty is maintained through non-disclosure agreements.
New Repertory Theatre
Lydia R. Diamond’s dialogue is funny and cutting; when it needs to it digs deep, mining gems of psychological insight.
The New Rep production is polished, surprising, and certainly hard-hitting.
When it comes to dramatic debate, balanced parry and thrust are paramount.
There’s nothing wrong with preaching the value of empathy — but who would argue?
Via Dolorosa would have been more effective if it had taken the form of a travel essay rather than a performance piece.
Thematically, The Snow Queen i suggests that maturity does not mean you have to do without heartfelt childishness.
The laughter in the production serves a useful purpose: it distract us from the serious narrative problems in Caryl Churchill’s script.
The New Repertory Theatre is paying homage to Arthur Miller’s centennial with a superb staging of one of the dramatist’s later works, Broken Glass.
Zayd Dohrn’s slightly predictable Muckrakers offers some satisfying twists and turns as it moves toward the inevitable.