Personal salutes to theater director, playwright, and critic Paul Dervis, who died at the age of 67 on June 13.
Rip Torn. Great name, better actor.
What did this aging hippy, this elder of our world learn? To live a life without apologies.
Lighting Martha delves into the psychological tensions generated by alternative lifestyles — many, many decades ago.
The Oscar-nominated animation shorts are a dark lot this year.
Albert Finney was the greatest interpreter of England’s gift to the world of contemporary theater, the Kitchen Sink Drama.
What makes Portland Stage’s production of Earnest such a delight is its physicality.
Mother Butterfly’s script shows genuine promise, but the Storm Warnings Repertory Theatre’s premiere production falls short.
I miss the precocious, mischievous, darkly cunning, and troubled characters Gary Oldman once portrayed so beautifully.
If you can accept yet another tour around a love triangle, Wonder Wheel is generally engaging and nearly always entertaining.