Dominique Morisseau’s earnest Pipeline is a “message” play, American style.
Nora Theatre Company
Theater Review: A Raucous and Moving “Cloud 9”
Expert performers and taut direction make this Cloud 9 a natural high.
Theater Review: “Frankenstein” — It’s Really Alive!
Frankenstein is a gripping amalgamation of the elemental and the technological.
Theater Review: “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” — Game Over?
Do the games of the Marquise and Valmont still have the same old sinful fire and political relevance?
Theater Review: “The Women Who Mapped the Stars” — Heroines of the Creative Mind
At the heart of The Women Who Mapped The Stars is a drama about the desire of significant female astronomers to be heard and respected.
Theater Review: “Proof” — Missed Moments of Power
This Proof’s weakness comes from the thinness of its lead performances.
Theater Review: “The Revolutionists” — Comedy During the Reign of Terror
Director Courtney O’Connor, the Nora Theatre, and its skilled cast do right by this hilarious historical comedy.
Theater Review: “The Midvale High School Fiftieth Reunion” — Pleasant Remembrance of Things Past
Alan Brody’s play is a pleasant valentine, and it will likely find a life in regional and community theaters.
Theater Review: “Precious Little” — Prospecting Inner Treasures
Nora Theatre Company’s thoughtful production of Precious Little will encourage you to dig a little deeper into yourself.
Theater Review” “Intimate Exchanges” — Semi-furious Comic Froth
It’s good fun and, for a while at least, it’s interesting to watch the actors fulfill the play’s impish demands.