MJ Kaufman’s play is big on dogma and short on insight.
McCarter’s enjoyable production doesn’t fully realize the shows virtuosity or pathos.
Sometimes the play at Lantern Theater seems like a great and important work; at other times, not so much.
139 years after its premiere, Ibsen’s masterpiece still feels razor-sharp.
Wilma’s snazzy revival makes a good case for this charming but quirky show.
Walnut Street Theatre’s talented ensemble is its own reward, but they can’t disguise the thinness of Ken Ludwig’s script.
A terrific production and some caustic wit don’t quite add up to a play.
Despite exquisite moments, the Curtis production feels drained of emotional energy.
Is Emma Goidel’s play theater or therapy? You’ll need to judge for yourselves.
Having deconstructed Lorca’s play, this production can’t make it whole again.