Trap Door’s production captures the narrative of no narrative in the Internet age.
Robin Witt’s production takes a somber tone, downplaying the comic turns.
The first in a series of conversations about the noted French filmmaker, the subject of a monthlong retrospective at the Gene Siskel Film Center
One to watch this fall: Eric Hoff stages The Skriker at Red Tape Theatre
Caryl Churchill’s 1979 satire shows its age in a Gift Theatre production
Spare in language and rich in ideas, Caryl Churchill’s 2002 one-act marks her continuing evolution from sprawling examinations of sexual and class politics like Top Girls and Cloud Nine to less overtly political but absolutely chilling portraits of the tangled impulses underlying relationships. Human cloning is the engine driving the play’s plot, but Churchill’s double- […]