An apocalyptic backdrop gives the play urgency, especially given the current worldwide struggle to contain the Corvid-19 virus, which has already claimed thousands of lives.
Over thirty years after it premiered, the script remains touching and funny, with the added merit that it provides a refreshing respite from the sour discourse of 2019.
Israel Horovitz’s latest play delivers some fine moments of comedy as well as some dark revelations about female neediness.
Dave Hanson’s comic confection, Waiting for Waiting for Godot, is generating plenty of giggles in the back room theater at Club Café.
Mortals would be foolish to miss the ASP’s version of Shakespeare’s Dream.
Edward Albee’s bitter masterwork is a tough nut for a company to crack as well as a hard play to watch.
Yes, The Last Schwartz is a family drama through and through, but it is well crafted and touching.
The School for Scandal hasn’t dated a jot: put Snake, Mrs. Candour, and Mrs. Sneerwell on Facebook and watch civilizations totter.
Out of Sterno punches the same punchline far too often.
Local playwright Jack Neary always captures the frisson of nostalgia and resentment familiar to Catholic school graduates of a certain era, teasing gently without ever offending.