Tim Supple’s production does a wonderful job of bringing together dance, theater and circus in a cross-cultural celebration of Shakespeare’s famous comedy.
In Shakesploitation!, a series of sketch comedy–style parodies of Shakespeare’s plays, Gorilla Tango Theatre just wants to give you some straight-up absurd, anti-intellectual, and oftentimes inappropriate fun.
Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train confronts issues of faith, justice, and morality in the American prison system.
Before anybody cracks open a book at the Alternatives Community Center after-school tutoring program, the students from Uptown who gather… Read more »
15 minutes before the show started, I walked into Schubas Tavern’s music room to find myself in a crowd of… Read more »
Perhaps the best way to describe Mary Zimmerman’s adaptation of Argonautika at Lookingglass Theatre is to say that it is,… Read more »
Before I begin this review, I just want to say three quick things about this play: its awesome, its awesome,… Read more »
Of the seven surviving plays by Sophocles, Electra is notable for its prominent female characters and examinations of justice. It… Read more »
What do you get when you put on a play about five people living together who are all dancing on… Read more »