Emotion sometimes lacking in a powerfully cast touring production of the stage classic.
This Quixote — a creation of the past who is very much in touch with the present — engages members of the audience in ways that are funny & charming.
Touring production moves at the speed of light through a songbook of close to five dozen megahits.
“Moonlight” writer Tarell Alvin McCraney tackles classic issues in the play set at an all-boys school.
Gina Gionfriddo’s play is now on stage at Windy City Playhouse in a production tautly directed by Scott Weinstein.
In its U.S. premiere, ‘The Worst of All’ by Venezuelan playwright Iraida Tapias captures the nun’s passion and tragic destruction.
Gary Griffin directs a dazzling production featuring a perfectly chosen cast.
This production of the infrequently revived show, brilliantly directed by Fred Anzevino, is wholly captivating.
What happens when you very cagily flip the ordinary positioning of performer and audience?
This is also a jarringly uneven play that tries too hard to be hip and often ends up undercutting the very meaningful notions it is meant to explore.
Sadly, the whole production wears you down as often as it enchants.
Miller was a realist who tapped into the fractured heroic nature of his characters and the very specific time and place in which they lived.
The all too rarely revived 1990 musical devised by Clarke Peters features the wonderfully antic songs of 1930s saxophonist/bandleader Louis Jordan.
A long-running hit at the Apollo, the tribute to Elvis Presley and his fellow Sun Records artists finds its proper scale on a Broadway-size proscenium