6 days ago | Theater
The most pregnant line in Dreamscape, playwright-director Rickerby Hinds’ gemlike physical-theater requiem, comes when Myeisha Mills, a 19-year-old black girl (a movingly effective Rhaechyl Walker) passed out at the wheel of her disabled car with ...
7 days ago
10 days ago | Theater
Up on a large movie screen, a verdant stand of trees rises out of dark, moist earth as birds chirp and a rabbit bounds into view. Never mind the gargantuan human hand that drops into the scene to manipulate the animal, which is little more than a ...
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19 days ago | Theater
If political satire was simply a matter of laudable good intentions, Occupation, Ken Ferrigni’s 2013 dystopian stage fantasy, might have been a slam-dunk. But it turns out that sending up globalization, the 2008 financial meltdown, religious extre...
27 days ago | Theater
Had William Shakespeare been an early-21st century playwright from Edinburgh rather than a late-16th century dramatist in London, he might well have approached the story of the 11th century King of the Scots, Mac Bethad mac Findlaích, the way that...