The cast shows they both have the interest and the talent to delve into the lives of these complex, confused characters and reveal the humor, horror and humanity within each of them.
This sci-fi original is part classic murder-mystery, part probing workplace drama.
Part Go-Go’s concert, part seventeenth century romance and part fantasmagorical fashion show, this local premiere is a love story we desperately need.
Steppenwolf’s revival of Sam Shepard’s classic play is only as potent as the sum of its parts.
This Tony Award winner mines its parochial material for outstanding humor, showing these small-town residents as far more open-minded than their mostly big-city counterparts.
This morbid tragicomedy is unable to land its punchlines.
Dave Malloy’s “staged concept album” is a smorgasbord of delectable melodies, familiar stories and eerie feelings.
The annual event series sets the example of how a festival can evolve alongside its art form.
The local premiere of this family drama from Hansol Jung bares its soul and its teeth.
Purportedly about a boy and a nun, Tom Dudzick’s play needs more of either or less of both.