Director Max Truax’s production of Heiner Muller’s “Medea Material” takes the text, as translated and adapted by Sarah Tolan-Mee, and uses it as the basis for the ensemble’s explorations into images and language of colonization, war and violence.
Yasen Peyankov’s translation and trimming of the script plays up the comedy, letting it flow from the Chekhovian checklist of dreadful character traits.
“I’m not gonna make anybody question anything. You’re gonna have some dumb fun times, that’s it.”
“The Sound of Music” is, above all, a coming-of-age story.
Melissa Ross’ “The Luckiest” is a fully compelling, emotionally potent play.
“How can we approach the choreography without assuming something about it? When we assume something, we miss what is really happening.”
Two Mexican American brothers who’ve grown up separately in the United States are together on the run, hoping to make it across the border to Mexico and escape the unfriendly confines that our country has become in a not-too-distant dystopian future.
Calm has essentially been a nonstop road comic since 2019.
Many teens will find catharsis and perhaps gothic glamor in the suffering of these teens.
A real minefield of a drama, focusing on how the macro issues of race, class and gender affect the micro world of workplace relationships.