I’ve seen bloodier stagings of Sweeney Todd than the current incarnation from Kokandy Productions at the Chopin Theatre’s downstairs space, directed and choreographed by Derek Van Barham. I’ve seen more […]
There are a lot of substantive and weighty criticisms to be levied at the RuPaul’s Drag Race franchise and its global juggernaut influence over drag culture. Then there are petty […]
Hell in a Handbag Productions’ campy spoof of A Christmas Carol replaces miserly moneylender Ebenezer Scrooge with hard-hearted Hollywood icon Joan Crawford, played by author (and Hell in a Handbag […]
Hell in a Handbag’s Midler revue is middling.
Encroaching fascism and gender fluidity make for a timely revival with Cowardly Scarecrow.
Especially if you sit in the splatter zone.
Based on stories by John Collier, Nightmares and Nightcaps desperately can’t figure itself out.
A locked-room experience from Escape Artistry and a foolproof improv show are among this week’s best bets.