Stage

  • Edie's Follies

    Relatively few people ever got the chance to see Edie Beale perform cabaret. ''She was getting calls from all over the world, and she just...

  • Acceptance Speech

    ''Have we really come very far in terms of acceptance?'' Actor Michael Stebbins says that's a question provoked by the play I Am My Own...

  • It's a Thin Line

    It is hard to see Yael Farber's play Mies Julie without reflecting on J.M. Coetzee's extraordinary novel Disgrace. Both set in post-apartheid South Africa, each...

  • Haunted Theater

    Another Halloween has already come and gone, but a mysterious specter is still haunting the stage at the Keegan Theatre. Maybe if its full story...

  • Lahti's Pride

    In Dustin Lance Black's 2011 play 8, Christine Lahti played one of the lesbians who sued the state of California over Proposition 8's denial of...

  • Sophie's Choice

    ''Sophie, are you okay?'' Phillip asks at the end of The Argument. Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros's 90-minute drama is about an unexpected pregnancy and a woman's right...

  • Broadway Baby

    The New York Times once referred to soprano Melissa Errico as ''one of the most valuable assets of the musical theater.'' Yet New York-native Errico...

  • Victorian-Flavored Frights

    '' I spent a lot of time working on tall ships and traveling,'' Sabrina Mandell says. No, Mandell, founder of Happenstance Theater Company, isn't...

  • Couples, Killed and Comedic

    Surely no one needs a spoiler alert about Romeo and Juliet. After all, what is probably William Shakespeare's most popular and most accessible play is...

  • Returning to Laramie

    Two weeks ago, the cover of Metro Weekly featured Scott Suchman's dramatic and incredibly evocative photo of actors portraying participants at a candlelight vigil for...