Set in a Louisiana high school around 2007, Dominique Morisseau’s gripping play, ‘Blood at the Root’, directed by Marti Gobel, explores racial tensions among Black and white youths without being preachy or condescending.
The musical, based on a Federico Fellini film, balances humor with poignancy and dubious gender politics.
Junk premiered in its writer’s hometown at a time when criticizing Wall Street is as cool as the frozen-over Milwaukee River outside the Quadracci Powerhouse.
A nuanced play about scientific discovery by Renaissance Theaterworks
A lot of pieces needed to come together for First Stage to make one of Roald Dahl’s opuses work on stage. They did come together.
The show is equal parts scary, funny and heartwarming. And you might just yell at the stage.
Like Tracy’s updo, the show is light, bouncy and a lot of fun to look at.
If you want relief from your own family’s BS this holiday season, Christmas in Babylon may offer two hours of freedom and catharsis.
The theater’s production of the Lin-Manuel Miranda-penned musical aims high.
The audience doesn’t have to wait long for the words “My dear Watson” to be uttered on Baker Street.