Reviews

The Valley of Astonishment
By David Gordon · Sep 18, 2014

Legendary theater director Peter Brook looks at the neurological condition known as synesthesia.

Almost Home
By Hayley Levitt · Sep 18, 2014

Vietnam veteran Walter Anderson makes his playwriting debut with an exploration of military life after the battlefield.

Love Letters
By Zachary Stewart · Sep 18, 2014

Big stars are set to perform in this Broadway revival of A.R. Gurney's most popular play.

Reasons to Be Happy
By Catey Sullivan · Sep 18, 2014

Profiles Theatre takes on twisted relationships in Neil LaBute's follow-up to Reasons to Be Pretty

Rock Bottom
By Zachary Stewart · Sep 17, 2014

A true original of cabaret sits down for a National Endowment for the Arts-sponsored residency at the Public Theater's Joe's Pub.

To the Bone
By David Gordon · Sep 17, 2014

Lisa Ramirez gives a platform to the voices of illegal immigrants working at a poultry factory.

Sweeney Todd
By Iris Fanger · Sep 17, 2014

Lyric Stage Company of Boston presents the classic Stephen Sondheim musical.

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
By Iris Fanger · Sep 17, 2014

The Huntington Theatre Company presents an adaptation of this 1967 film at the BU Theatre.

Ndebele Funeral
By Zachary Stewart · Sep 16, 2014

Smoke & Mirrors Collaborative returns with a tale of the pitfalls of progress in South Africa.

The Fatal Weakness
By David Gordon · Sep 15, 2014

The Mint Theater Company revives George Kelly's 1947 drama.