Straight White Men features plenty of conflict, but most of this wrangling comes in the form of tiresome, repetitive familial bickering.
Young Jean Lee
What the play lacks in surprise, the Wilbury treatment makes up for in excellent staging, acting, and a commitment to physical theater.
A whole lot of deconstruction of the classics going on this month, along with productions of scripts by familiar homegrown names, from William Inge and David Mamet to Sarah Ruhl. A visit from a master puppeteer and a show about race that’s “recommended for mature audiences” look intriguing. By Bill Marx The Real Inspector Hound […]