Twenty years ago, Blasted shocked and enraged many who saw it.
Farewell, My Lovely is a hollow exercise in style—and that’s why it’s boring.
In Indian Arm, actor Jennifer Copping pretty much skins herself alive.
I think I might have to start a support group for people who aren’t blown away by The Book of Mormon.
The 10-member cast, an adept mix of veterans and newcomers, tackle nearly 30 roles, and their energy never wavers.
The veteran actor's understated delivery and impeccable timing make many of his tales seem darkly funny.
Moira Buffini’s play isn't completely successful, but it's admirably serious about what it's trying to accomplish.
This troll is still not convinced that Koyczan is a good poet.
I suspect Chekhov would have approved.
I feared Obaaberima was going to leave me behind. But when got me, it held me.