Julian Sands’ “A Celebration of Harold Pinter,” now at the Irish Rep in a production directed by John Malkovich, winningly remembers the human side of the Nobel Prize–winning author.
Kathryn Walat’s “Creation,” a contemporary meditation on the schism between science and soul at the Theatre @ Boston Court, has a vivid perspective and standout performances.
A Q&A with Robert Simonson, author of "Performance of the Century: 100 Years of Actors Equity Association and the Rise of Professional American Theater.”
Novelist Sonia Levitin’s “Surviving Mama,” at Edgemar Center for the Arts, is a well-meaning memory play in dire need of a script doctor to turn it into viable dramatic literature.
Circle X Theatre Co’s. world-premiere musical “Bad Apples, which examines the Abu Ghraib torture scandal, has a memorable score and a fine cast but needs considerable editing.
How to get out of the head and into the body.
Celebrating excellence in Chicago-area Equity theater, the 44th annual Joseph Jefferson Award winners were announced Oct. 15 at a gala event.
Deanna Jent’s fascinating, precisely observed play “Falling,” in a commercial run at the Minetta Lane Theatre, is about an autistic 18-year-old boy’s effect on his family.
Though playwright-performer John Jiler deals provocatively with the subject of death in his one-man play “Ripe,” at Theater for the New City, the show is vibrant with life.
T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre’s workmanlike rendition of John Patrick Shanley’s “Doubt” provides an opportunity to see the 2005 Broadway hit in an intimate setting.