Theatre Reviews

Subway Stations of the Cross is an eccentric, sometimes beautiful meditation—and I’m not knocking the script when I say that I wanted it to go deeper.
You’ve got to struggle through some weird stuff with Cuckoo’s Nest, but, in the end, this production makes magic.
Go. You won’t have this much fun until the PNE opens again.
Small Parts is a bad play about a bad play.
Director Adam Henderson gets a lot of things right in this handsome United Players production.
This production isn’t golden. It’s more of a mid yellow, but still strong enough to recommend.
Helen is the only character I wanted to spend any time with.
Sitting in the dark during a scene change, I noticed that my body was in a state of deep-down, cellular joy.
The production had me from the get-go.
Western Gold has bitten off more than it can chew.