It shouldn’t be surprising that Heroes of the Fourth Turning is monotonously ironic. No happy warriors for Christ here.
SpeakEasy Stage Company
As National Pride Month begins, The Inheritance is a powerful way to honor and remember the impossible journey so many have taken to win the right to simply be themselves in public.
This staging is a reminder that theater magic is fickle and time-bound — it’s hard to dependably catch lightning in a bottle.
People, Places & Things memorably tackles the insidiousness of addiction.
BLKS is a bouncing, romping, profanity-laced, and sex-filled roller coaster — but it also has an important message for those who are not Black femme sisters
A hatred of self and others sits, relatively neglected, at the center of Adam Rapp’s script.
Songs for a New World grapples with the jumble of emotions prompted by the end of the pandemic, while also serving as a potent reminder of what a joyful experience musical theater can be.
An exciting, subversive idea animates TJ Loves Sally 4 Ever.
SpeakEasy Stage Company has (once again) chosen a bold script for its audience.
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.