The real magic of this show are the songs by composer Stephen Flaherty and lyricist Lynn Ahrens. Terrence McNally (book), Flaherty and Ahrens are the same triptych that gave us “Ragtime,” and there is a similar feel here, albeit with a distinctively Russian flavor.
Lynn Nottage sets “Clyde’s,” her ninety-minute, laugh-out-loud funny, poignant play, in a grimy truck stop diner somewhere near Reading, Pennsylvania.
Fiddler’s universal power emerges from how the show portrays the details that are particular to the lives of the characters.
An iconic Agatha Christie story headlined by Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, a beloved character for fans of both Christie and the whodunit genre.
The Factory Theater presents a world premiere comedy that attempts to answer the question of whether or not women can have it all.
Northlight Theatre opens their season with a well-crafted and entertaining “trashy” buddy comedy.
“Leonardo!” adapts two acclaimed children’s books by former Sesame Street animator Mo Willems. The books and the play feature two young monsters who fail at scaring children.
Playwright James Ijames makes the case that there’s more than one way to tear down a monument with his fever dream of a play about a fever dream.
Homemade soup is given to ailing neighbors. And homemade poisoned wine is given to elderly gentlemen with no families who come looking for a room.
Beginning his second full-time season with Lyric, Enrique Mazzola proves once again his connection to the early operas of Verdi, shepherding Lyric’s fine orchestra, mighty chorus, and a group of singularly qualified and passionate principal singers.