Review: SWEET CHARITY at Marriott Theatre

Review: SWEET CHARITY at Marriott Theatre

While SWEET CHARITY told of the limiting circumstances many women faced upon its debut in 1966, it now can easily provide a 21st-century audience with some cringe-inducing moments.

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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: NIGHTMARES & NIGHTCAPS: THE STORIES OF JOHN COLLIER at Black Button Eyes Productions

Review: NIGHTMARES & NIGHTCAPS: THE STORIES OF JOHN COLLIER at Black Button Eyes Productions

Depending on your tastes, it could be your mare or your cup o’. But you can’t blame Black Button Eyes for doing its particular thing so darn well.

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Review: THE LADY DEMANDS SATISFACTION at Babes With Blades

Review: THE LADY DEMANDS SATISFACTION at Babes With Blades

THE LADY DEMANDS SATISFACTION showcases an opportunity for a fun story with wonderful stage combat from some very talented performers.

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Review: DEFACING MICHAEL JACKSON at Flying Elephants Productions

Review: DEFACING MICHAEL JACKSON at Flying Elephants Productions

Under Director Alexis J. Roston, DEFACING MICHAEL JACKSON has the ability to reminisce, by splashing in not only Jackson hits, but a plethora of other eighties music.

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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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