Theatre Reviews

Gruesome Playground Injuries feels more like a dramatic device than a fully fledged play.
Experience this production of The Tempest for yourself, because all of the things I’m about to say can only approximate how good it is.
All Good Things is so slight that it almost feels like it was written in pencil and then erased.
Red Rock Diner contains more forced fun than a Japanese game show.
This Bard on the Beach production is gorgeous and hilarious.
Gods Plans is at a cool warehouse venue on Frances Street. It contains fresh, noteworthy talent, some raw, some refined.
The artists in this production of The Marriage of Figaro are going for it, which is great. Unfortunately, they don’t always get it.
Because it feels like there’s no middle, it’s hard to squeeze much satisfaction out of first-time playwright Briana Brown’s The Concessions.
Wicked works best, in my experience, if you pay attention to the words and don’t get your hopes up for the music.
Puppeteer Matthias Kuchta plays well with others—very, very well.