And it fails to capture the playwright’s nasty ancient Greek heart.
What might be gory fun as a late-night show to be viewed drink in hand just ain’t so from the seats at the Mercury.
The Hypocrites’ staging of a Pulitzer Prize winner and a U.S. premiere at Steep are among this week’s best bets.
Two more culture-beat surprises from 2016: the end of Oracle Productions, and a radical revamp at the Hypocrites.
A resonant period piece and a musical that does it better than the movie are among this week’s best bets.
This week’s stage highlights include three losers who (hopefully) make good and four 19th-century fictional heroines battling their would-be betrotheds.
Close quarters, minuscule budgets, and structural limitations can work wonders when it comes to creating intimacy and forcing invention.
With June comes the summer theater season.
The House Theatre performs a little magic and Court Theatre gathers an A-list ensemble.
Ten new reviews of notable stage shows, among them a musical based on Elmer Rice’s expressionist 1923 satire.
Shakespeare in Belarusian and a reimagined Tennessee Williams play are among the theater highlights this week.
There’s a lot more out there than A Christmas Carol.
The low-budget but beautifully executed costume and set designs make the play especially memorable.
The cosmic void crashes a kid’s birthday party in the Hypocrites’ incongruously cutesified staging of Samuel Beckett’s Endgame.
The Hypocrites balance serious fare with a bubblegum-pop sensibility in All Our Tragic.