Ariel Craft is at the helm of Shotgun’s nearly-perfect remount of the Feminist take on ‘The Crucible’.
A good cast can only do so much of this “satire” of rom-coms that supports their worst tropes.
Incredible technical work can’t quite make up for Annie Baker’s bloated, meandering text.
Shotgun delivers one of the year’s best shows with James Ijames’ meditation on Black lives ended too soon.
Shotgun’s latest production is an ultimately toothless “satire” of politics in the AOC era.
Shotgun’s latest falls flat with a deafening roar of self-important, casually racist “satire”.
Shotgun hosts the West Coast premiere of James Ijames’ scathing satire of White privilege in art.
Sarah Kane’s notorious first play is still as gut-wrenching in Shotgun’s production as it was when it premiered 20+ years ago.
Though Shotgun pulls off some grand production design, Madeleine George’s script doesn’t successfully tackle the themes it ponders.
A strong director and able cast elevate a clichéd story in this Shotgun show.