Review | HOW TO LIVE ON EARTH at Chimera Ensemble

Review | HOW TO LIVE ON EARTH at Chimera Ensemble

It is an extremely science-fiction-y premise, but its execution is much less science-fiction-y than I expected.

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Review | MÜNSTERSPIEL at The Plagiarists

Review | MÜNSTERSPIEL at The Plagiarists

The frustrating thing about MÜNSTERSPIEL is that it almost works.

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Review | DEAD MAN’S CELL PHONE at The Comrades

Review | DEAD MAN’S CELL PHONE at The Comrades

DEAD MAN’S CELL PHONE gets depressingly dark, darkly hilarious, and hilariously weird.

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Review: DARK MATTERS at Exit 63 Productions

Review: DARK MATTERS at Exit 63 Productions

The way the director and designers use the space to create ambiance is what helps DARK MATTERS rise above the fray.

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Review | HERSHEL AND THE HANNUKAH GOBLINS at Strawdog Theatre Company

Review | HERSHEL AND THE HANNUKAH GOBLINS at Strawdog Theatre Company

HERSCHEL AND THE HANNUKAH GOBLINS is a show that is deeply steeped not only in Eastern-European Jewish folklore, but the humor, heart, and uniquely Jewish wit that pervades that folklore.

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Review | HELLCAB at The Agency Theater Collective

Review | HELLCAB at The Agency Theater Collective

Normally, good reviews are the easiest to write. But this one? This one is agonizing.

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Review | THE TRUTH ABOUT SANTA at Intrinsic Theatre Company

Review | THE TRUTH ABOUT SANTA at Intrinsic Theatre Company

Stories which subvert and satirize the image of Santa Claus are old hat at this point, and playwright Greg Kotis is intensely aware of this.

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Review: SOME LIKE IT RED at The Plagiarists

Review: SOME LIKE IT RED at The Plagiarists

Photo by Joe Mazza | Brave Lux By Aaron Lockman SOME LIKE IT RED begins when three cruise ship musicians, Violet, Rose, and Daisy (Jessica Saxvik, Christina Casano, and Sara Jean McCarthy), run afoul of a thunderstorm and get shipwrecked on the shore of Albania, in the middle of both...

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Review: SIX CORNERS at American Blues Theater

Review: SIX CORNERS at American Blues Theater

Huff’s witty dialogue and challenging moral premise and powerful yet understated performances from the cast make SIX CORNERS a thoroughly worthwhile outing.

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Review: SPEECH & DEBATE at Brown Paper Box Co.

Review: SPEECH & DEBATE at Brown Paper Box Co.

SPEECH & DEBATE starts out quite promising. The set – four unadorned wooden desks and chairs – is simple, straightforward, and eerily clean in the way that only suburban American classrooms are.

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