Shotgun’s latest falls flat with a deafening roar of self-important, casually racist “satire”.
The sins of life follow you into death in this world premiere dramedy opening The Magic’s 52nd season.
One of the most volatile events in US history is the backdrop for an ultimately toothless story at the Aurora.
Not even an excellent cast and strong direction can breath life into the DOA script by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins.
Sarah Kane’s rarely-produced final work is the subject of a wonderfully haunting production by Anton’s Well.
Mac Rogers reimagines Karel Čapek’s sci-fi classic in this thrilling steampunk production by Quantum Dragon.
An all-Asian cast empowers this hilarious satire of White privilege theatrical dramas. Only one fatal flaws keeps it from perfection.
Bitter Pill Double-Feature: ‘The Effect’ at SF Playhouse and ‘Eureka Day’ world premiere at Aurora Theatre
The idea of “better living through chemistry” results in an imperfect SF Playhouse show and an excellent Aurora show.
The acclaimed indie film – about a Jewish woman’s affair in the Summer of ’69 – becomes a rather lackluster musical at the ACT.
Science has nothing to do with this poorly-written May-December rom-com at the ACT.