Review: IN THE BLOOD at Red Tape Theatre

Review: IN THE BLOOD at Red Tape Theatre

Parks’s meditation on the vilification of poor Black motherhood and the unfortunate conditional humanity practiced by our society is material that deserves more stage time.

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Review: Shatterd Globe and Theater Wit’s THE REALISTIC JONESES

Review: Shatterd Globe and Theater Wit’s THE REALISTIC JONESES

The unremarkable is hilarious in The Realistic Joneses, a peculiar show that is a co-production between Shattered Globe Theatre and Theater Wit.

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Review: FUENTE OVEJUNA at City Lit Theater

Review: FUENTE OVEJUNA at City Lit Theater

In City Lit’s short and streamlined production, FUENTE OVEJUNA strikes a familiar chord for anyone who has had to take a stance against a cruel dominion

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Review: MISSED OPPORTUNITIES at The Cuckoo’s Theatre Project

Review: MISSED OPPORTUNITIES at The Cuckoo’s Theatre Project

MISSED OPPORTUNITIES does a great job of channeling the rom-com vibe while also dealing with tricky issues.

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Review: DADA WOOF PAPA HOT at About Face Theatre

Review: DADA WOOF PAPA HOT at About Face Theatre

It’s hard not to wish the play’s focus were a bit tighter, but it’s always preferable for a script to be overstuffed with ideas than have too few.

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Review: CARDBOARD PIANO at TimeLine Theatre Company

Review: CARDBOARD PIANO at TimeLine Theatre Company

CARDBOARD PIANO is honest, tragic, and raises many important questions without providing answers.

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Review: LITTLE WOMEN THE MUSICAL at Brown Paper Box Co.

Review: LITTLE WOMEN THE MUSICAL at Brown Paper Box Co.

The highs and lows and adventures of the four March daughters of Concord, Massachusetts are imprinted on so many of our minds that they feel less like characters from fiction and more like old friends from childhood.

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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: ST. NICHOLAS at Goodman Theatre

Review: ST. NICHOLAS at Goodman Theatre

There is a great deal of humor in “St. Nicholas,” a wonderful one-man production starring Brendan Coyle.

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Review: BURNING BLUEBEARD at Neo-Futurists

Review: BURNING BLUEBEARD at Neo-Futurists

Burning Bluebeard” is a play where the actors play actors from a play who are playing actors from a story, all of which ends tragically in a fire in a theater that was a fire hazard, put on in a current-day theater that is (perhaps ironically) also a fire hazard.

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