How many times do we need to watch people brought to orgasm in the treatment room?
The dictator confronts Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Shostakovich in David Pownall's wordy play
Another hit at Theatre Under the Stars, with strong sets and acting in the nostalgic play-within-a-play parody.
The play takes off after intermission, and its many pleasures are worth the wait.
Everything works in Theatre Under the Stars' top-notch production.
All of the leads offer good performances and there are wonderfully comedic moments, but the whole production feels fussy and overly staged.
The design is more consistently successful than the acting in this stylish production, where laptops and smartphones feel right at home alongside old-fashioned brass scales
Shakespeare's odd mix of tragedy, comedy, and romance gets a visionary interpretation that's worth celebrating
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.