It’s Shakespeare in Lowell –the stage piled with ghostly corpses, the heroes all dead, the young bard in mourning.
It’s impossible not to be moved by Lauren Gunderson’s elegant, understated writing.
Qualms aside, Slow Food is an enjoyable show that taps into the uncertainties of middle-aged parents who must confront a strange, new life without the kids.
The Villains’ Supper Club supplies an engaging and funny twist on the superhero mythos, plus a smart, refreshing look at the tribulations of working mothers.
I found myself almost wishing the dramatist had written a longer play (a rare desire coming from a theater critic).
The MRT production marches clumsily along the fine line of being funny and knowing it is funny.
The Making of a Great Moment comes off as flawed entertainment
This gem of a play that is guaranteed to make you gasp at its surprising conclusion and leave the theater reveling in its lush language and the outstanding performances.