This amped-up version has its own rewards—especially in the marvelous Euan Morton.
What should be shocking and hilarious emerges here as kind of naughty and sort of funny.
One of the supreme classics of musical theater seen here in a brilliantly theatrical staging.
I would gladly have stayed on to see this gorgeous show a second time.
Even when we’re not clear where Mia Chung’s play is going, the trip is more than worthwhile.
Blanka Zizka’s playwriting debut showcases her considerable skills… as a director.
Walnut Street’s production captures the arch surface of Wilde’s script, but not its anarchic zing.
Songs and spectacle win our hearts in this Rodgers and Hammerstein classic.
This playful take on Agatha Christie’s mystery delivers more chuckles than chills.
The best of this viscerally thrilling but interpretively odd take on Shakespeare’s play is very fine indeed.