J.T. Rogers’ Tony-Award winning play about the back-channel negotiations of the Oslo Accords in 1993 isn’t naive about its subject but nevertheless contains a glimmer of hope.
A world premiere of Lucas Hnath’s most truthful play, one about his mother’s kidnapping. Or is it?
With extensive research and expansive collaboration for the program, choreography is the fourth or fifth layer on top of what’s come before.
In its regional premiere, this 2015 Tony Award-winning musical comedy takes aim at the Bard himself.
A poignant and pertinent exploration of the pursuit of happiness.
Dorothy L. Sayers’ debut novel gets the Lifeline literary adaptation treatment.
Helmed by Paramount artistic director Jim Corti, this production has plenty to holler about.
Based on the book by “Dear Sugar” columnist Cheryl Strayed, this attentive adaptation showcases the eternally-complicated task of being a person.
A veteran TV writer turns his attention to the presidency.
Intelligently scripted, deftly directed, capably acted, this production is less than the sum of its well-crafted parts.