Is there a future for challenging non-corporate theater (i.e. the fringe), and what does that future look like?
Zeitgeist Stage Company
We need a satire that takes Trump’s radical threat more seriously than Vicuña.
Steve is a satisfyingly genial comedy that brings up, but then darts quickly away from, serious issues.
Selina Fllinger’s play manages to serve up some vivid confrontations between believers and doubters.
The source material — and the skills of Tennessee Williams’ posthumous collaborators — provides an evening of compelling theater.
Can the smothered idealism of the teachers be rekindled? Will the school be saved if students and faculty join together?
Eight by Tenn offers eight stories whose psychological depths and linguistic riches rival those of most full-length plays.
A Great Wilderness dramatizes the plight of a believer who is forced to face a powerful truth about himself — that he has probably wasted his life.
An air of anachronism hangs over the ZSC production of Cakewalk, particularly regarding its treatment of racial and social issues.
At first, The Submission comes on as an agreeably edgy satire of the automatic embrace of identity politics and political correctness in the academy and popular culture.