Review | WIFE MATERIAL at Underscore Theatre Company

Review | WIFE MATERIAL at Underscore Theatre Company

Jamie Shriner’s autobiographical WIFE MATERIAL checks a lot of boxes, and to write, score and perform in an acclaimed full-length musical at this stage in a young career is an exceptional feat — Shriner is one to keep an eye on.

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Review | FRANKENSTEIN at Court Theatre

Review | FRANKENSTEIN at Court Theatre

Manual Cinema could hardly choose a production more closely matching their aesthetic than FRANKENSTEIN

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Review | SPIRITS TO ENFORCE at The Passage Theatre

Review | SPIRITS TO ENFORCE at The Passage Theatre

the chaotic storytelling of SPIRITS TO ENFORCE leans into ideas of grandiose mythology in a way that allows us to become the superheroes we’ve always wanted to be.

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Review | THE LAST SESSION at Refuge Theatre Project

Review | THE LAST SESSION at Refuge Theatre Project

It is here that the proximity of the space truly enhances the experience, especially highlighting the overwhelming vocal talent and skill of Darilyn Burtley (Tryshia) who makes even the most difficult seem effortless.

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Review | SCIENTIFIC METHOD at Rivendell Theatre Ensemble

Review | SCIENTIFIC METHOD at Rivendell Theatre Ensemble

Every woman has experienced them, knowingly or not, in the workplace: the countless little insidious micro-aggressions and micro-dismissals that some men in positions of authority issue against women to keep them assigned to the places where they feel the women belong.

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Review | MOBY DICK!: THE MUSICAL at Cuckoo’s Theater Project

Review | MOBY DICK!: THE MUSICAL at Cuckoo’s Theater Project

The Cuckoo’s Theater Project’s of MOBY DICK! is an ambitious production that harnesses the message of the original text while still providing a whole bunch o’ fun.

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Review | MASTER CLASS at TimeLine Theatre Company

Review | MASTER CLASS at TimeLine Theatre Company

Fun fact: it turns out that watching an opera class is actually more entertaining than attending the opera.

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Review | IT’S ONLY A PLAY at Pride Films and Plays

Review | IT’S ONLY A PLAY at Pride Films and Plays

What is it about the theater we love? And why must we gain the approval of any single theatergoer when the art is so important to us as human beings?

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Review: FIGHT NIGHT at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

Review: FIGHT NIGHT at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

Pictured: Ensemble of FIGHT NIGHT. Photo by Yvon Poncelet. By Marie Warner FIGHT NIGHT at Chicago Shakespeare Theater is a theater experience unlike any other. Visiting Belgian company Ontroerend Goed has created a work that will challenge your preconceived notions about the political system in a new and engaging way....

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