The New Rep production is polished, surprising, and certainly hard-hitting.
New Repertory Theatre
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.
If you want to expand your heart and mind this holiday season, you couldn’t do better than go to The Little Prince.
The conceit of “On the Verge” is fascinating, inviting us, as all first rate speculative or science fiction does, to see our past through different lenses.