Reviews

Lulu
Mark Lamos' production of the classic play by Spring Awakening author Frank Wedekind lacks any sort of human tenderness.
Rearviewmirror
This modern-day riff on The Bacchae is expertly directed, and performed by a trio of outstanding actors.
The Pirate Queen
In this bombastic new musical from the creators of Les Misérables, the troubles are not political but artistic.
The Dark at the Top of the Stairs
Superb acting buoys the Transport Group's oddly directed production of this minor masterpiece by William Inge.
Exits and Entrances
Athol Fugard's autobiographical two-hander is written from the heart.
Serendib
David Zellnik's play about scientists studying wild monkeys succeeds on every level except the writing.
Anne of Green Gables
Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford's adaptation of the 1908 children's classic is extremely tuneful and quite colorful.
Monty Python's Spamalot
The foreshortened Las Vegas version of the Tony Award-winning musical is even better than Broadway!
Matthew Passion
Phil Hall's inept new play with music is filled with bad ideas.
Scituate
Martin Casella's heartfelt and slightly predictable play about a man grieving over his lover's death gains strength from star Chad Hoeppner.