Steve Scott directs a storefront production of Shakespeare’s wallow into the nature of unadorned power-lust and demagoguery. With a minimal set—a couple benches, steps with a recess to indicate the space for a throne—and little in the way of choreography or any other theatrical gimmickry, Promethean Theatre Ensemble leaves the Bard’s words to work their […]
Elaine Carlson delivers a biting title performance for Promethean Theatre.
Jamie Bragg and Heather Smith embody the love that dares to speak its name.
The story serves as a love letter to hunger.
The hometown return of an iconic show and the tuneful reboot of a camp classic are among this week’s best bets.
A League of One’s Own for Depression-era women’s basketball and a musical based on the Australian cult classic are among this week’s best bets.
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Of two shows about kids, Spring Awakening and Girls vs. Boys, one’s juvenile