Review | ACT(S) OF GOD at Lookingglass

Review | ACT(S) OF GOD at Lookingglass

Kareem Bandealy’s piece is a roller coaster — both tonally and emotionally — that leaves much heavy lifting to an impeccable ensemble of actors with tremendous talent and range.

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Review | MAMMA MIA! at Drury Lane

Review | MAMMA MIA! at Drury Lane

MAMMA MIA! Is absolute fluff. It’s a jukebox musical featuring the music of ABBA, for Pete’s sake. And I am here for it.

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Review | “Twilight Bowl” at Goodman Theatre

Review | “Twilight Bowl” at Goodman Theatre

Everyone contemplates this question as they move into their adult years: Is this what I want to do with my life? Is this direction in which I want my future to go? Are these the people I want to spend my time with?

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Review| REQUIEM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT at The Artistic Home

Review| REQUIEM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT at The Artistic Home

“Requiem for a Heavyweight” is a familiar story: an aging boxer, who has taken one too many punches, faces a world that has only taught him one skill—fighting.

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Review | THE ROOMMATE at Citadel Theatre

Review | THE ROOMMATE at Citadel Theatre

With excellent work by two veterans actors, THE ROOMMATE is a production absolutely worth seeing.

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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 | FULFILLMENT CENTER at A Red Orchid Theatre

Review | FULFILLMENT CENTER at A Red Orchid Theatre

The ensemble, led by director Jess McLeod, is the play’s strongest asset.

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REVIEW | “Nina Simone: Four Women” at Northlight

REVIEW | “Nina Simone: Four Women” at Northlight

Very many shows are about Black women, but Northlight Theatre’s production of “Nina Simone: Four Women” is also for Black women.

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Review | THE FATHER at Remy Bumppo

Review | THE FATHER at Remy Bumppo

This is a family at their wit’s end, frustrated, like Andre, with what they do not understand.

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Review | GIRL IN THE RED CORNER at Broken Nose Theatre

Review | GIRL IN THE RED CORNER at Broken Nose Theatre

Pictured: Kim Boler and Elise Marie Davis. Photo by Austin D. Oie. by Elizabeth Ellis A celebrated chef I used to work for distilled his formula for culinary success down to a few simple steps: Find the best ingredients you can, give them just enough seasoning so that each component shines on...

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