Here are the new short theater reviews we’ve got online and in print:
Leon Hilton writes on Remy Bumppo’s ThinkTank production of American Ethnic.
Jack Helbig recommends the Oak Park Festival’s Arms and the Man.
Laura Molzahn discusses Bartleby the Scrivener at Mary-Arrchie and Wings: The Musical at Apple Tree.
Kerry Reid considers both halves of Caffeine Theatre’s rotating repertory: The Changeling and Tallgrass Gothic.
The Theo Ubique chamber version of Evita and Congo Square’s Saint James Infirmary are Zac Thompson’s subjects.
Albert Williams stalks Court’s Wait Until Dark.
Ryan Hubbard covers Unrelated, a Father and Son Sketch Show, at Playground Theater.
And I praise both A Bronx Tale at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts and The New Colony’s Frat.
And don’t forget Justin Hayford’s in-depth look at The Building Stage’s Objects in Motion Festival.