Expert performers and taut direction make this Cloud 9 a natural high.
Nora Theatre Company
Frankenstein is a gripping amalgamation of the elemental and the technological.
Do the games of the Marquise and Valmont still have the same old sinful fire and political relevance?
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.
This Proof’s weakness comes from the thinness of its lead performances.
Director Courtney O’Connor, the Nora Theatre, and its skilled cast do right by this hilarious historical comedy.
Alan Brody’s play is a pleasant valentine, and it will likely find a life in regional and community theaters.
Nora Theatre Company’s thoughtful production of Precious Little will encourage you to dig a little deeper into yourself.
It’s good fun and, for a while at least, it’s interesting to watch the actors fulfill the play’s impish demands.
Mary Zimmerman’s adaptation provides a delightful evening of tall-tale storytelling that reverberates with deeper meanings amid a cross-cultural context.