Much ado about nihilism.
Kudos for two short plays by Tennessee Williams and Yukio Mishma at this year’s Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival
At its best, Tiny Beautiful Things delves deep into demanding emotional territory without becoming sappy or maudlin.
The latest show from circus troupe The 7 Fingers is both intimate and gasp-inducing.
David Byrne and the band has clearly made a home out of the Emerson Colonial, working out tweaks in what has evolved into an extremely tight, invigorating show.
In this seemingly modest, but beautifully constructed and deeply moving play, Donald Margulies has tackled some of the thorniest questions of our time.
Bedlam’s provocative production of The Crucible has a purpose — to urge us all to stand up and shout down the devils in our midst.
Few of the numbers in Choir Boy fails to astonish.
Listening to the dead speak, amid the natural grandeur of Mount Auburn Cemetery, is a moving experience.
With The Purists, Dan McCabe has written a comic drama that not only has a lot to say, but does it with an enormous amount of playful vim and vigor.