Ticket arts writers weigh in on the most important local arts moments of 2015.
Radio Times Program Guests: Beatrice Jona Affron, David Fox This time of year, we are inundated with songs from the unofficial Christmas […]
Michael Ogborn’s musical is at its best when evoking the quirks and follies of our home city, especially the local accent.
Hir, Taylor Mac’s electrifying, take-no-prisoners play, struck me like a bolt of lightening – all the more because only hours before, I’d […]
Who says you can’t go home again? Pig Iron Theatre is now 20 years old. In that time, the locally based company […]
Scholars of Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler will continue to debate why the protagonist (that’s Hedda, of course) is so profoundly unhappy. But there’s […]
Cabaret, perhaps our most intimate live art form, gets a new series – and a new venue – courtesy of the Arden Theatre Company.
If you go to Steve at Signature Center, by all means, get there early. There’s a captivating preshow concert of musical theatre […]
Ken Ludwig’s comic take on Sherlock Holmes gets a dazzling visual production, though suspense is in short supply.
It could hardly be a more difficult time to open a comedy – even one as popular as This Is the Week […]