Court Theatre’s production of this 1976 play about the poet Emily Dickinson falls short of a complete portrait of the complex Massachusetts native.
The Auditorium Theatre looks back at the history of its efforts to showcase dance.
This production of José Rivera’s Obie Award-winning magical realist play falls short on the magic.
Gian Carlo Menotti’s Pulitzer prize-winning opera has aged into a fixated and tonally limited dystopia.
This latest piece from Hanson plays with perception by moving the audience through three rooms.
Like the repartee, the dancing is brisk and dazzles with its seeming ease, patterns and formations suddenly emerging from the action and just as rapidly dissolving.
“There’s a community of artists making work that’s more accessible. Exploring subjects both dancers and non-dancers can relate to…”