This world premiere is indeed memorable though perhaps not for the reasons its creative team intended.
The iconic company celebrates its sixtieth anniversary with three unique programs featuring classic works and world premieres.
Nearly three hundred years since its premiere, Handel’s opera of desire and power gains insight and urgency in this modern staging.
This quixotic adaptation of G.K. Chesterton’s novel is both reverent and ridiculous.
Oscar Wilde gets a punk rock treatment in this remount of Promethean Theatre Ensemble’s 2016 production of Moisés Kaufman’s play.
Actor Kareem Bandealy’s first foray as a playwright finds him laying the groundwork for an absurdist family comedy only to squander the work with an overcooked metatheatrical twist.
This world premiere from Rebecca Gilman traces the borders and barriers of class in small town America.
Akram Khan’s highly collaborative and unorthodox reimagining of the classic ballet has yielded a modern masterpiece.
One of the premier directors of August Wilson’s work, Ron OJ Parson guides this ensemble of large personalities through the narrow gate of the sublime.
This world premiere from Dan Giles brings home the bacon of laughs but leaves audiences hungry for the meat of its subject matter.