Occupied with playing devil’s advocate and presenting an exciting display, the local premiere of Lisa Loomer’s play loses poignancy and narrative consistency.
The site-specific company returns for a production that is aesthetically radical though politically opaque.
Lyric’s production of “Madama Butterfly” is fashioned to invite discussion rather than uninformed permissiveness
Underneath the well-wrought exterior of this gratuitously convoluted, neo-noir drama is a conspicuous absence of heart, soul and meaning.
Beth Steel’s play is itself a labyrinth of occasionally confounding design.
Liliana Padilla’s play speaks to the current climate without just quoting headlines and allows us to escape into another world without neglecting our own.
Directed by Wardell Julius Clark, Kevin Artigue’s play speaks truth to power in an age when power rarely speaks the truth.
IF you plan to see this musical THEN you might want to prepare for a nonsensical (and misogynistic) vision of so-called female empowerment.
Mara Nelson-Greenberg’s play sneaks in themes of emotional manipulation, micro-aggression and male privilege to an audience that’s busy laughing.
An evening of toe-tapping bliss that delivers a commendation worthy of the Duke’s talent.