Levi Holloway’s horror show for A Red Orchid Theatre gives a feminist makeover to a familiar genre.
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A silent retreat fails to provide enlightenment in Small Mouth Sounds
Behold another exemplary production from A Red Orchid.
The Artificial Jungle pays tribute to Charles Ludlam, the patron saint of queer comedy
The campy caper is such a throwback, it borders on family-friendly.
Choir Boy, Foxfinder, and 12 more stage shows to see now
A play by Moonlight author Tarell Alvin McCraney and a paranoiac drama by British playwright Dawn Hall are among this week’s best bets.
Playwright David Adjmi tears the cushions off Three’s Company
3C—get it?—is a dark parody of the old sitcom.
Ubu the King, True West, and nine more new theater reviews
Alfred Jarry’s absurdist satire and a minor masterpiece by Sam Shepard are among this week’s highlights.
Congo Square’s A Small Oak Tree Runs Red, Black Ensemble’s The Marvin Gaye Story, and ten more new theater reviews
Two African-American companies present revelatory dramas.
Ike Holter’s astonishing Sender brings a hipster back from the dead
Shade Murray directs the Chicago wunderkind’s latest, now premiering at A Red Orchid Theatre.
A Red Orchid’s sold-out Pilgrim’s Progress is gloriously, disquietingly puzzling
Gruesome, violent death lurks in playwright Brett Neveu’s latest, starring Michael Shannon.
Cole Theatre aims high with its debut production, Ecstasy
Mike Leigh’s 1979 play Ecstasy is more about the agony than Cole Theatre’s debut production.