Mark Larson explains how he created his 700-page behemoth.
Beatrice and Benedick are better apart than together in Oak Park Festival’s production.
Perfect casting in the title role saves First Folio’s production from a conceptual misstep.
David Cerda’s latest classic makeover for Hell in a Handbag is a winner for summer camp.
Marriott’s new musical hits standard narrative notes, but the songs soar
He’s become a master at the kind of storytelling he pioneered 28 years ago in I’m 27, I Still Live at Home, and I Sell Office Supplies.
In which five actors play the entire village of Highbury.
The ever-present danger is as much a part of a Cirque show as the spectacle.
It’s a rock musical about suffering from bipolar disorder and getting electroshock treatment.
Or maybe kids just have a higher tolerance for Roald Dahl’s sadism.
They sound their barbaric yawp through the living room.
Kick off your Sunday shoes.
Our hero a racist? No sirree!
Robin Witt’s production takes a somber tone, downplaying the comic turns.
A simple, elegant Shakespeare adaptation