Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story is fairly entertaining, fairly decent, but that’s about it.
The first Broadway revival of this challenging 2004 musical makes a sincere but ultimately unpersuasive case.
Tony Kushner attempts a re-write of his first professional play. The results are decidedly mixed.
This evening is a revelatory experience on race relations, with grief, rage, and the whole business of hope and change.
This staging, in terms of quality, surpasses any previous Flat Earth Theatre production I have attended.
Debra Wise’s stellar turn is not only a reflection of her long stage career, but a testament to the breadth of her experience.
The only Boston-based companies that have the means to stage an epic on this scale will shy away from the content while those adventurous enough to handle its iconoclasm lack the means.
The Underground Railway Theater production shows that sometimes children’s theater is capable of a moral depth (perhaps even a fearlessness) that adult theater often avoids.