A delightful kids’ show and a Neo-Futurist’s look at dementia are among this week’s best bets.
Bertolt Brecht’s satire set in 1930s gangland Chicago and Interrobang Theatre’s local premiere of an off-Broadway hit are among this week’s best bets.
A drama from Pride Films and Plays and Mike Daisey’s election monologue are among this week’s best bets.
But Cor Theatre’s update of the parable rings false.
Ten new reviews of notable stage shows, among them a musical based on Elmer Rice’s expressionist 1923 satire.
Lookingglass and Writers Theatre present works by up-and-coming playwright Lucas Hnath, one effective, one coy.
The second part of a conversation between the noted film director and the local repertory film organization
Highlights from the filmography of Pier Paolo Pasolini
Darren Aronofsky’s Noah is immersed in Judaic literature.
Red Tape Theatre’s Hamlet Is Dead. No Gravity. presents mousetraps within mousetraps.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, February 3
TimeLine Theatre gets Larry Kramer’s important The Normal Heart pumping.
Joseph Losey takes another crack at the Fritz Lang classic M.
Joan Allen returns to Steppenwolf in a literary construct called The Wheel.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Sunday, May 12