Annie Dorsen’s performance sparks a line of ontological inquiry about the nature of how our digital and corporeal existences dovetail begets more and more questions.
The first woman in history to win two Pulitzer Prizes for Drama, Lynn Nottage’s latest play arrives direct from Broadway but its spirit can be found in countless barstools and beer steins around the country.
Miranda Davis’ new piece about hope in the face of adversity is the latest in a series of commissions intended to push the company’s boundaries and explore the intersections of jazz, modern and contemporary aesthetics.
In its attempt to break the mold, this world premiere leaves a lot on the table.
Millennial mores take center stage against the backdrop of intragalactic travel in this local premiere by MJ Kaufman.
Ginger Krebs’ new hourlong performance shows us a game in which the current winner is the moneyed, narrative-owning powers that be, but the underdog team, though skittish and sustaining damage, can still reveal truth.
This heartfelt new musical feels like the first signs of spring: hopeful and encouraging.
With a third local production in as many years, this Alan Menken and Howard Ashman musical is showing its age.
This breathless Midwest premiere written by Greg Keller and directed by Wardell Julius Clark is a definitive work from the ascendant theater company.
Hardly seen stateside, this tautly silly production of Erik Satie’s play is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.