Pacific Overtures offers a history lesson — but it is an entertaining, moving, thought-provoking, and timely one.
The media big boys should be part of the discussion, if only because they have the resources to change the situation for the better.
This marvelous production pulls off a tricky balance — vibrant bursts of creative energy are put at the service of illuminating the thorny nature of memory and guilt.
A splendid production of an impressive early effort from the talented writer Kenneth Lonergan.
As a vision of gay bonding, The View UpStairs exudes a wonderful in-your-face spirit.
The play’s disparate elements have been blended into a riveting drama, energetically directed by Lisa Rothe, and nimbly performed by Joel de la Fuente.
This new musical is charming and lively, but without some renovation its future life is in question.
Edward Albee’s provocative theatrical exercise is far trickier to realize onstage than it is to appreciate on paper.
Do musicals with honorable intentions deserve a pass when it comes to quality?
The BTCA should take action in support of #MeToo.