Cynthia Hopkins tries hard at St. Ann’s Warehouse in the visually arresting “This Clement World,” her new song-cycle extravaganza about climate change, but didacticism trumps art.
“Obskene,” the Talking Band’s amalgamation of grim messenger speeches from Greek tragedies and sensational stories from America’s near future, at Here, is impactful and profound.
Baker plays a mother coping with her son's unknown past and the potential ramifications it might have on their future in Herzog's play, which opens Dec. 18.
“Triassic Parq,” a rock musical spoof of “Jurassic Park” at Chance Theater, is pleasingly wacky and off-kilter but only fitfully funny, requiring a more over-the-top approach.
The hit web series, created by Kate Wetherhead and Andrew Keenan-Bolger, turns to Kickstarter to fund its third season.
While simple and somewhat creative, the repetitive acts in “Mummenschanz,” also the name of the world-renowned Swiss theater troupe performing, eventually wore down my imagination.
Over 40 producers, theater companies, writers, and directors will be on hand in NYC April 6 and 7 for auditions at the People’s Improv Theater
Tony-award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell calls Philip Seymour Hoffman's performance in, "Death of a Salesman," 'brilliant.'
“Strange Bedfellows,” a tale of a gay politician, borrows too much from Howard Hawks’ 1940 film “His Girl Friday,” but Theatre Out’s world premiere is a fast-paced lark.
In its L.A. premiere at Katselas Theatre Company, Doris Baizley’s “Sexsting,” about an FBI Internet predator investigation, offers strong performances but has a high creep factor.