Top-flight ensemble acting drives Redtwist Theatre’s production of this brainy, fanciful comedy by Lucas Hnath, author of A Doll’s House, Part 2. Loosely inspired by historical fact, the play is a fictional account of the events leading up to the time Sir Isaac Newton poked a needle into his eye. OK, it wasn’t quite as […]
Lucas Hnath’s drama feels overheated but undercooked at Redtwist.
The complicated emotions of POC cops are palpable, but the portrayal of women feels outdated.
The result is neither graphic nor novel, only a sluggish, muddy blur.
A dark comedy from Jackalope and a go-for-the-jugular solo performance are among this week’s best bets.
It’s risky business at this year’s Garage Rep.
Steppenwolf Theatre’s annual showcase Garage Rep fills in the genre blanks.