Brad Lawrence and Cyndi Freeman are planning to bring their one-person shows to Boston in the near future.
Finishing the Suit is a talky play into which the director and acting company infused plenty of love and angst.
Served Like a Girl offers an intense and gratifying look at the first wave of American women in combat.
The performances were variable, but their messages could not have been timelier … or more necessary.
If you have a hankering for a new “found-footage” film, then Phoenix Forgotten will feed your retro-appetite.
Get Out owes much to the small but precious film genre that dares to cultivate bizarre and hip satire.
This is an old story, but the approach this time around is fresh, the acting uniformly excellent, and the pacing just right.
A documentary about the most important songwriter and record producer from the sixties that you’ve never heard of.
A United Kingdom‘s astute reflections on racial and economic realpolitik makes this film far more than a love story.
All of these stories are powerful… if only they were treated with dramatic complexity.