Steven Leigh Morris
2 days ago | Theater
In the immersive theater piece The Day Shall Declare It, three actors play out various scenarios that start to look like a story but ultimately aren't. That's no problem, however. The scenes walk the audience through at least five exotically decor...
5 days ago
17 days ago | Theater
Allen Barton’s absorbing new drama, Disconnection, spun from his experiences with Scientology, looks at the fallout from a regime change at a self-improvement church, when that church, under a new administration, devolves into an abusive cult. Whe...
20 days ago | Theater
Shakespeare’s adage from Hamlet, “When sorrows come, they come not single spies, but in battalions,” seems to course through Stephen Karam’s Pulitzer Prize finalist play, Sons of the Prophet. The sorrows arrive with such tenacity upon a Leban...
22 days ago | Theater
Actors' Equity Association, the New York–based union representing stage actors and stage managers, never liked L.A.'s 99-Seat Theater Plan, which allows union actors here to work for a pittance in theaters of 99 seats or less. The actors ratified ...
26 days ago
In one of many striking images in Brian Kite’s staging of Billy Elliot – The Musical, an army of northeast England miners, having had their strike busted by Maggie Thatcher, descend en masse into a pit, the lamps on their helmets blazing fo...