We’re not quite done with the icy saga of Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan.
Co-directed by Lavina Jadhwani and Nick Sandys, a reimagined “Great Expectations” achieves mixed results in telling the story of Pip’s evolution.
In Court Theatre’s production, director Devon De Mayo pulls off a feat as impressive as any rabbit-in-a-hat trick.
Mark St. Germain’s play about a largely opaque chapter in the life of Albert Einstein is an exercise in dramatic speculation.
In telling the story of the playwright and his father, “St. Jude” captures both the beauty and the grit of two remarkable men.
Baker was a woman who knew great pain and great celebrity, and was determined to shape her own destiny, whatever the consequences.
Evan Ensign’s direction (“based on the original by Michael Greif”) loses sight of the principal animating forces that inspired the work.