Annie Baker couldn’t commit to writing one play, so she combined all of them into one interminably long ACT production.
A uniquely Asian-American immigrant tale is the focus Crowded Fire’s touching new production.
Allison Page’s latest full-length is an intriguing tale of a Millenial sleuth trying to solve the Jazz Era death of her literary hero.
One company’s attempt at a bare-bones (but big-budgeted) take on Sondheim’s classic makes one wonder if they know what show they’re staging.
The height of the AIDS crisis is still fresh in the mind of Elaine Magree for her touching new solo show.
Maureen Langan’s life MIGHT make for a great story, but that’s not the one she tells in her hypocritical solo show.
Sam Shepard’s classic returns home to the Magic for a stunning (if miscast) revival.
The bewildering choices of slapstick and steampunk are just two-of-many poor decisions in this Cutting Ball production.
The naked female form is both canvas and instrument in this intriguing show.
The infamous musical adaptation of Stephen King’s thriller is literally watered down by Ray of Light.