There’s a reason you rarely see Zorro: The Musical, the 2008 show inspired by a masked Spanish hero (conceived of by Johnston McCulley in 1919 and since the subject of numerous […]
In 1865, Charles Dickens, his mistress Ellen Ternan, and her mother were all on a train that derailed in Kent, England. Dickens used his hat to carry water to the […]
Marti Lyons takes over at Remy Bumppo, while Lorena Diaz and Wendy Mateo share the top job at Teatro Vista.
Charles Dickens and Ike Holter are unlikely twin spirit guides in two online shows.
Douglas Post’s new adaptation for Remy Buppo resonates in our age of class unrest and digital disconnects.
There’s not even a hint of Boris Karloff.
In an adaptation that puts Pip in India under the Raj, there’s no way for him to succeed without betraying his heritage.
Short runs at the MCA and Chicago Shakespeare Theater are among this week’s notable shows.
A dance-enriched version of The Miracle Worker and a Shakespeare-inspired immersive experience are among this week’s best bets.
Ten new reviews of notable stage shows, among them a musical based on Elmer Rice’s expressionist 1923 satire.
Remy Bumppo Theatre aces Tom Stoppard’s erudite play Travesties.
Remy Bumppo artistic director Timothy Douglas resigns
Rod Serling’s time-tested play about boxing doesn’t pull any punches.
Updating Molière is trickier than it looks