Corthron’s play is often confusing in terms of time frame and relationships, and a number of the story lines remain more than a little muddied.
This theatrical version of the hugely popular 1998 film often feels more exhausting than beguiling.
Lavey oversaw the production of hundreds of plays, and transferred dozens of Steppenwolf productions to Broadway and abroad.
Madhuri Shekar’s provocative world premiere play “Queen” could not have arrived on the stage of Victory Gardens Theater at a more propitious moment.
While the entirely African-American cast adds a new dimension to the “rock opera,” this production could not feel more universal.
Playwright Sandra Delgado captures the stories of ordinary people who turn out to be anything but ordinary.