Lolita Chakrabarti’s mixed bag of a play finds greatness when Forrest McClendon takes the stage.
Opera Philadelphia’s innovative festival brings works old and new to venues across the city.
On Broadway and in the larger sphere of American popular song, Cook is the gold standard.
Despite some impressive elements, Marianne Elliott’s production is mired in stygian gloom.
A very enjoyable take on an American masterpiece that only improves with time.
Abe Koogler’s play moves almost imperceptibly between realism and a poetic alternate reality.
G. S. Warren’s entertaining futurist play is made extraordinary through its technology and production.
This extraordinary musical has virtuosity to spare—but what really shines is its humanity.
If this is the future of American theater, count me in!
Ironically, Quintessence’s updated production works best when it’s most traditional.