Theatre Reviews

There are moments of tenderness and insight, but there’s just not enough to it.
Proud works well as a sitcom. As a satire not so much.
Wondrous Tales of Old Japan is typical of a certain kind of kids’ theatre.
Ghosts in Baghdad wants to be a play about ideas but settles for being a melodrama about people.
Sometimes To Wear a Heart So White feels like it’s so in love with the eccentricity of its voice that it forgets to communicate.
I’m so grateful to This Stays in the Room for reminding me that theatre can be as fresh, intimate—and surprising—as a kiss.
Was it worth making? Absolutely. Does it succeed? No.
Still, it’s hard to imagine any of their parents having such a conveniently dramatic debate in real life.