Theater

OSTC's Born Yesterday Soothes Troubled Spirits
February 3, 2017 No Commentby

OSTC’s Born Yesterday Soothes Troubled Spirits

With all the angst and distress the recent presidential election has caused some, perhaps a good political comedy is in ...

AD World: Theater in the Trump Era
February 1, 2017 No Commentby

AD World: Theater in the Trump Era

Borrowing from the great American Theatre Magazine, Motif reached out to several artistic directors in the area to get their ...

Dog in the Night-Ttime Comes to PPAC
February 1, 2017 No Commentby

Dog in the Night-Ttime Comes to PPAC

The eagerly awaited North American tour of the National Theatre production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the ...

Romeo and Juliet: A Gift to the City
February 1, 2017 No Commentby

Romeo and Juliet: A Gift to the City

Festival Ballet Providence artistic director MIhailo Djuric is very excited about the company’s upcoming world premiere of Romeo and Juliet. ...

Good Things Come to Those Who Bait – Fishing for Meaning at 2nd Story's Seascape
January 30, 2017 No Commentby

Good Things Come to Those Who Bait – Fishing for Meaning at 2nd Story’s Seascape

  At first glance, the plot of Edward Albee’s play Seascape sounds absolutely ridiculous: “On a deserted beach, a middle-aged ...

Night Chills: Wait Until Dark
January 25, 2017 No Commentby

Night Chills: Wait Until Dark

  Wait Until Dark is a tense cat and mouse thriller featuring some first-rate performances. Susy Hendrix, who is blind, ...

Preview: Epic Revisits the Red Scares in a One-Off Performance
January 19, 2017 No Commentby

Preview: Epic Revisits the Red Scares in a One-Off Performance

Epic Theatre Company has announced “a series of programs designed to respond to the country’s political climate,” beginning on Sunday, ...

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof: Marking its Territory
January 18, 2017 No Commentby

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof: Marking its Territory

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is one of the most well-known and recognizable plays of the past century. The ...

Shakespeare 101: I Hate Hamlet
January 18, 2017 No Commentby

Shakespeare 101: I Hate Hamlet

The choice between art and money is at the heart of I Hate Hamlet, an offbeat comedy about an actor ...

The Children's Hour: Life Imitates Art
January 18, 2017 No Commentby

The Children’s Hour: Life Imitates Art

There are times when the truth matters less than what shocks people — what plays into their fears and suspicions ...