Hub Theatre’s production of Failure: A Love Story continues the Hub’s winning tradition of producing shows that are singular, artistically fanciful, and acted with heart and intelligence.
The New York-based Fiasco Theater’s production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona currently at the Folger is just great fun.
There are times when a script may just “read” better on the page, than as a full-scale, live theatrical production.
In a taut, one actor, one-act The Thousandth Night by Carol Wolf the poised Kyd takes on about three dozen roles beyond just de Bonheur to draw us into a world of ever-increasing fear and suspense that permeates MetroStage’s production.
The Neo’s race against the clock to perform 30 miniature plays in 60 “breathless” minutes using vignettes ranging from the zany to the risqué to the profound.
Tender Napalm will rivet an adventuresome audience because Ripley’s characters and story have a complexity to chew on.
Ann Randolph’s sanguine Loveland has an abundance of remarkable, sometimes absurdist, comic flair.
Happily Ever After is a tongue-in-cheek title waiting for a comma with a next phrase starting with “if.”
Synetic’s Hamlet…the rest is silence is an achievement to be experienced for the first time, or once again.