This Ain’t Misbehavin’ is worth the shortish drive to get to Riverside Center and is just a lovely show with beautiful and personable performers.
Synetic Theatre never fails to impress with its art and creative invention…venerating the past and exploring the future of creative endeavors.
In the end, though, the whole concept is an interminable conceit.
Don’t be inert. Turn off the cable television and go see this play. Supply your own laugh track.
Legally Blonde the Musical is not RCP’s finest moment, but it is not bad either. What it is is a sweet evening out with family and friends, watching talented people taking risks onstage and sincerely wanting to please.
This play is good because of sublime performances by Thomas Keegan and Rachel Zampelli.
What does an arrogant, spoiled, bratty 15 year old girl do to destroy the loving father for whom she is the light of his life? That may be the thesis of Forum Theatre’s world premiere of Holly Down in Heaven by Kara Lee Corthrun. It’s hard to tell.
There is a lot to digest in this little show and the ultimate themes expressed are compelling to the both the hard scientist and the daydreamer.
Molly lives again through Kathleen Turner and her one woman show at Arena Stage.
Signature presents a good show, but not a great one. However, it succeeds in its most important burden: reminding us all of a time when we all could show mercy and love without qualification.