BoHo Theatre’s production of Michael Hollinger and Aaron Posner’s adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s play makes the transition from paper to performance with excessive fuss.
Mia Chung’s new play at Sideshow Theatre Company is an inventive and imaginative contrast of totalitarian nightmare and democratic indulgence.
This local premiere at First Floor Theater is a poetic day-in-the-life of a young man searching for meaning in his family history.
About Face Theatre’s latest is a heartfelt and hilarious exploration of queer history.
Lyric Opera’s newest production must have made a deal with the devil because it truly has it all.
Fernandes’s show, an installation and performance project in collaboration with design firm Norman Kelley and the Joffrey Ballet Academy is a quietly elegant look at the pleasure of pain in the name of perfection.
Playwright Kevin Douglas’ followup to “Thaddeus and Slocum” at Lookingglass Theatre Company capitulates to the very audience it could be reaching in this comedy about America’s heritage of racism.