The body-positive burlesque-inspired hive of performance queens fills the Den.
Gus Menary’s ensemble transforms Kenneth Lin’s mechanical script into a warm, nuanced production.
There’s sex-positivity, body-positivity, whooping, hollering, and convulsing, all loud and proud.
A onetime Broadway flop and a ring-a-ding-ding musical comedy are among this week’s notable productions.
A resonant period piece and a musical that does it better than the movie are among this week’s best bets.
The Inconvenience’s celebration of the body is back.
Shade Murray directs the Chicago wunderkind’s latest, now premiering at A Red Orchid Theatre.
London Wall, Milk Like Sugar, and ten more new theater reviews
A review of Timeline Theare’s production of When She Danced, a play about Isadora Duncan by Martin Sherman.