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.
This mainstream entertainment dares to embrace the struggle and beauty of a boy who would once have been derided as a sissy.
Five female friends since high school are all turning 50 in Brad Fraser's big-hearted play.
Rapid-fire visuals and a pounding score tax the senses, forcing each audience member into a solitary space of contemplation.
New play uses music, dance, and text to tell the true story of violinist/composer Sophie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté and expressionist painter Walter Gramatté
I don’t think that maudlin presentations of gay victims are helping anybody out.
A schoolyard playground becomes the inspired setting for this jungle story
Joan MacLeod's play is lopsided. It barely holds itself up. And yet there’s a kind of beauty in it.
Marc Camoletti’s script is a standard-issue sex farce.