Grand Horizons at the Gloucester Stage Company is a wild, funny, and sometimes wonderfully touching ride.
Theater Review: ASP’s “Exit The King” – When Politics Become Absurd
In Ionesco’s play, society no longer makes sense — even to itself.
Theater Review: Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s Extraordinarily Meta-“Hamlet”
In this innovative production, Hamlet comes off as Shakespeare’s most successful genre mash-up of tragedy and comedy.
Theater Review: Actors’ Shakespeare Project Serves Up a Genial “School for Scandal”
The School for Scandal hasn’t dated a jot: put Snake, Mrs. Candour, and Mrs. Sneerwell on Facebook and watch civilizations totter.
Theater Review: “Out of Sterno” — Absurd to the Point of Distraction
Out of Sterno punches the same punchline far too often.
Theater Review: Richard Snee and Paula Plum Make for a Rewarding “Auld Lang Syne”
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.