A powerhouse cast and a fun mix of disco and girl-group songs bring breakups to life
The water climbs up my calves. In the distance, five pairs of people start walking toward us carrying what look like enormous empty frames.
Bard on the Beach's cleverly directed and acted production is Shakespeare at its sharpest and most satisfying. Bravo.
This is a thoroughly buoyant show for babies and toddlers that's engaging without being condescending.
Emotionally intense songs, it turns out, share some distinctive, goosebump-inducing characteristics: melodic tension and release, spacious arrangements, and sudden shifts from soft to loud.
With blasphemy, breakdowns, graphic puppet sex, and more profanity than an episode of South Park, this is a refreshingly weird turn for the Arts Club Theatre Company.
At rEvolver Festival, Adam Grant Warren takes a searching look back on a defining experience of being (literally) stuck.
At the rEvolver Festival, Ramshackle Theatre uses cardboard and aluminum foil to create an amusement park town run by robots and short one cowboy
It's like binge-watching Netflix on your iPad: it’s entertaining, if not terribly deep.
There's going to be extra appeal if you've ever hauled around an overloaded backpack and a dog-eared copy of Let’s Go Western Europe