A new documentary about the legendary Stritch is currently conducting an online fundraising campaign for its final phase of production.
In “For Love,” at the Irish Repertory Theatre, actor-playwright Laoisa Sexton chronicles the messy romantic lives of three Dublin women with raunchy wit and quirky details.
In the Fringe show “My Date With Troy Davis,” the engaging Daniel Glenn considers such philosophical concerns as comparative moralities and the worth of human life with flair.
Original cast member Jeff Hiller brings the Off-Broadway hit “Silence! The Musical” to Los Angeles.
At the Antaeus Company George Bernard Shaw’s controversial classic “Mrs. Warren’s Profession” gets a new lease on life by focusing on how little has changed in the last 120 years.
The Creative Collection’s production of Craig Wright’s “Orange Flower Water,” which depicts the shattering effect of adultery on families, is diminished by a few weak performances.
Iceland’s Vesturport Theatre combines dazzling acrobatics and dark humor in “Faust: A Love Story,” a striking adaptation of the classic legend, part of the BAM Next Wave Festival.
Jonathan Cake’s Benedick emerges victorious in the amorous skirmishes of Theatre for a New Audience’s handsome but unbalanced rendering of Shakespeare‘s “Much Ado About Nothing.”
Our intrepid dispatcher jumps from “Untitled Play About Brecht’s Girlfriends & Boyfriend and Wife” to “Mickey & Sage”
“Pocahontas, and/or America,” at the Bushwick Starr, is a charming mess of a show that relies upon a homespun aesthetic to examine the role of Native Americans in popular culture.