The regional premiere of Leslye Headland’s play promises a “sexy psychological thriller” but leaves its audience waiting for take off interminably.
Lydia R. Diamond’s play of privilege and all it entails returns to Chicago fresher than ever.
The real poison at work here isn’t strychnine or hemlock, it’s a dreary self-seriousness that leaches the play of any hint of wit, humor and humanity.
The secret of this new musical’s success is its strong female leads and an impressive catalog of songs.
Brandon Thomas’ 1892 farce is even better seen than remembered.
Big trauma and small aggregate coalesce in Will Arbery’s haunting and haunted play.
Things go to pieces in this production of Shakespeare’s bloodiest play.
Director Richard Jones projects psychological depth onto Tchaikovsky’s opera to such shocking effect that it must be seen to be conceived.
Time to cry…
Hardly seen in the past fifty years, the enterprising thespians at TATL offer a timely revival of this biting one-act satire by comic genius Elaine May.