Watching Surreal, we’re walking, but where we’re walking is irrelevant
You know a show is working when you find yourself envying the actors who get to perform it.
It’s great if your life is full of interesting events, but stringing those parts together isn’t the same as telling a compelling story.
A new face has a breakout performance and something truly amazing happened during the standing ovation
It captures the beautiful hippie sensibility that's at the soul of the landmark counterculture musical.
This is a production to admire rather than be moved by.
Actors Marilyn Norry and William MacDonald make the most of their roles in a stylish production.
There are some great lines in Jordan Hall's play, but they don't necessarily add up to a coherent comedy.
Despite the play's Pulitzer Prize, it isn't quite as good as it looks.
The whole immersive warehouse show is cool and sculptural. But unfortunately we can't give away much more.