Before the show, we are blindfolded and escorted to our seats. When we’re finally allowed to take off our blindfolds, the room is pitch black and it stays that way for the show’s 80-minute duration.
The show couldn’t have a better debut than the evening of the final debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
There’s a lot to like in this very personal story of pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood but the structure could use honing
Straight Jacket Winter transforms its deeply personal source material into joyously transcendent theatre.
King of the Yees stages a play within a play set on the home turf of San Francisco’s Chinatown.
The cast is compelling, including Tom Pickett, who plays the title character.
The playful cultural mashup starts with the stage backdrop, a giant banner triptych on which the Bard’s face blooms from a cluster of lotus petals, like a Hindu deity
Director Rachel Peake's quick-paced staging, Drew Facey's clever sets, and Malcolm Dow's magical score help breathe new life into the contemporary American classic
Terrifically staged, the Pulitzer Prize-winning ode to old movie houses feels real, in all life's discomfort and awkwardness
The physical production is refreshingly original.