Mary Zimmerman’s adaptation provides a delightful evening of tall-tale storytelling that reverberates with deeper meanings amid a cross-cultural context.
Nora Theatre Company
Marjorie Prime explores the complex connections generated among four family members as they attempt to make sense of grief.
There is nothing quite so exhilarating as watching Shakespeare done right – except, perhaps, watching one of his plays done right, twice.
“What other play culminates in such a frenzy of emotion and joy and love all in a moment on stage?”
Director Lee Mikeska Gardner has put together a dazzling production that matches Tom Stoppard’s dazzling script.
The actors’ infectious energy and absolute dedication to imaginative play-acting help make Arabian Nights spellbinding.
Celeste Oliva’s performance is so raw, we experience every doubt, every fear, and watch her confidence slowly evaporate under pressure.
At its deepest level, Emilie invokes the quest we all undertake to make sense of who we are, where we have come from, and where we are going.
9/11 has inspired a number of movies and TV documentaries, but theater works about the event are rare. What are dramatists and theater companies afraid of?
October brings in epics from the classics (Shakespeare and Dickens), ghost stories from the classics (Poe, Henry James), a tragicomedy from a classic (O’Neill), and a comedy from a classic (Ben Jonson). Annie Baker, Ethan Coen, and the Rude Mechanicals provide some welcome respite from the tried-and-true. Given the state of the economy and the […]