Here is a riddle for you: What do a game of chess and life have in common?* Inside the tidy, rule-driven universe of a chess board, seven-year-old Alice stumbles upon the inexplicable and absurd rules of a new world. Every fledgling chess player will empathize as Alice is met with surprise after surprise in this […]
Actor Kareem Bandealy’s playwriting debut overreaches.
A dual-sided look at health care and an electrifying study of heroism are among this week’s best bets.
A Korean-American family drama and an all-female Annoyance troupe are among this week’s best bets.
Lookingglass and Writers Theatre present works by up-and-coming playwright Lucas Hnath, one effective, one coy.
Rick Bayless’s Cascabel has priced itself out of the pleasure zone.
Deanna Dunagan outshines the central action in Heidi Stillman’s adaptation of The North China Lover.
Our guide to fall theater
Lookingglass Theatre Company presents Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo.
Lookingglass Theatre’s Cascabel is near perfect
Trust, David Schwimmer’s stage play about online predators, is more case study than compelling story.