The script oscillates between the couple’s easy banter and darker monologues about marine debris and our aquatic ancestry.
It's been carefully crafted to provide a poignant exploration of sexual assault that is sure to keep your eyes glued to the stage.
Director Jenny Larson offers a smorgasbord of visual, aural, and verbal delights by orchestrating a fantastic team.
Director and choreographer Kayla Dunbar has put together a larger-than-life theatrical experience that will keep kids entertained and in awe.
Full of laughs and physical comedy, Circle Bright production's parody provides a bilingual theatregoing experience that doesn't feel forced or tacked on
When was the last time you saw a play inspired by a reality-TV show?
For a play that dares to broach the delicate matter of mental health, the new work from Théâtre la Seizième is remarkably funny
“Why would I put meat under my dress? There’s enough bacteria down there.”
“We’re not just a clothing line. We’re a place. We’re a space. We’re a hope.”
The heat between Corina Akeson and Christina Wells Campbell could be felt up in the balcony
Torquil Campbell's one-man show is at its best when it’s taut and creepy and self-aware.
Thanks to a few tables on the stage level, some lucky audience members get to sit and enjoy the Kit Kat Klub action up-close-and-personal.