"Everybody" puts amusing, compelling thought at the mercy of randomized casting
From starring in 'Hamlet' at Shakespeare to directing 'Bright Colors' at Studio, all the world’s his stage. Literally.
Michael Kahn's curtain call at The Shakespeare Theatre Company is the breathtaking, deeply satisfying "The Oresteia"
David Ives' "The Panties, The Partner and The Profit" offers bold idea, but a dearth of laughs
Shakespeare Theatre's "An Inspector Calls" is visually stunning, but loses details in its to-the-rafters delivery
BUDDIES The first American film to focus on the AIDS pandemic (preceding both the TV movie An Early Frost and Longtime Companion), Arthur J. Bressan Jr.’s 1985 drama...
"The Comedy of Errors" is just the ticket to escape our troubling times
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British director succeeds Kahn, who has helmed STC since 1986, for the 2019-2020 season
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Camelot tells the story of the ill-fated love triangle between King Arthur, his queen, Guenevere, and his first knight, Lancelot
Camelot is an intriguing, well-acted philosophical drama inflamed by lust and betrayal. (Pity about those songs, though.)
"Twelfth Night," "Hooded, Or Being Black for Dummies" and "Fun Home" among other winners
A skillfully depicted production of Beckett's enigmatic tragicomedy
Heather Raffo's "Noura" has a wealth of ideas, but suffers from too much telling and not enough showing