Our reviewer Macey Levin writes that “A third of the way through this 85 minute play a corner is turned and we slowly find ourselves in a contemporary/teen-age version of Macbeth.”
The Chinese Room is a sci-fi comedy thriller about artificial intelligence, robots and droids being devised to counteract dementia by Irish playwright Michael West.
In telling its stories, Kickwheel uses heightened physicality, rich language and original music to capture what is most outrageously human in all of us.
At the Adirondack Theatre Festival, countless identities are mistaken, crazy cats are hunted, paintings are set on fire (and maybe the cat too), and one accidental murder takes place, all in the course of one performance.
Party guests gather at Gull’s Point, the seaside home of an elderly widow, just as earlier events come to a dramatic head.
A double opening marks the beginning of the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s 2016 season with Marisa Tomei in the lead role of The Rose Tattoo.
A satirical show that links past, present, and future. There are sea otters on Razor scooters, a TED Talk given by an ill fated naval commander, several appearances by a prestigious self-help guru and lots of trudging through the snow.