Review: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT at Shattered Globe Theatre

Review: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT at Shattered Globe Theatre

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT offers an excellent opportunity to examine ourselves and ask ourselves this hard question: if, faced with these perilous situations, what would we do?

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Review: THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA? at Interrobang Theatre Project

Review: THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA? at Interrobang Theatre Project

The play poses some big questions: can desire be separate from emotional connection? What does it mean to “have it all” and still be missing something? What even constitutes a taboo anyway?

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Review: RADIO GOLF at Court Theatre

Review: RADIO GOLF at Court Theatre

Roosevelt wants the White man’s riches but doesn’t know his own worth. He believes he has a seat at the table but his legs will never be long enough to pull his chair up next to the rich White men he admires.

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Review: SPRING AWAKENING at Blank Theatre Company

Review: SPRING AWAKENING at Blank Theatre Company

Pictured: Ensemble (background) and Haley Bolithon and Jeremiah Alsop (foreground). Photo by Nick McKenzie By Kelsey McGrath Before this review, I have to address the biggest truth in the room: SPRING AWAKENING is a problematic show. Originally on Broadway 2006, it contains a number of triggering concepts. Most of these glorify...

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Review: A SHAYNA MAIDEL at TimeLine Theatre Company

Review: A SHAYNA MAIDEL at TimeLine Theatre Company

A SHAYNA MAIDEL shows how family can survive the worst of what humanity can do to each other, and still learn from and love each other

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Review: TREEFALL at Exit 63 Theatre

Review: TREEFALL at Exit 63 Theatre

It’s near impossible not be enveloped by the world created by TREEFALL’s artistic team.

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Review: BLISS (OR EMILY POST IS DEAD!) at Promethean Theatre Ensemble

Review: BLISS (OR EMILY POST IS DEAD!) at Promethean Theatre Ensemble

BLISS (OR EMILY POST IS DEAD!) is uncomfortable, humorous, and incisive in all the right ways.

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Review: TWO GENTLEMAN OF VERONA at Midsommer Flight

Review: TWO GENTLEMAN OF VERONA at Midsommer Flight

Is there anything more badass than a Shakespeare in the Park actor?

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Review: VICTIMS OF DUTY at A Red Orchid Theatre

Review: VICTIMS OF DUTY at A Red Orchid Theatre

This affecting and oddly touching production, with outstanding performances all around, acts as both a reminder of the past and a warning of what could so easily happen again.

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Review: PAMPLONA at Goodman Theatre

Review: PAMPLONA at Goodman Theatre

The era of writing the tragic creative male hero as an aspirational and sympathetic figure is over. Keach presents a broken and bitter Hemingway on the far side of his prime, years of broken marriages and broken promises weighing heavily on his heart.

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