Theater

High School Kids and Academy's High School Musical
April 10, 2019 No Commentby

High School Kids and Academy’s High School Musical

There are few things that make me happier than young people taking on the responsibility and vision of putting on ...

<i>The Diary of Anne Frank</i> at Arctic – Moving Story, Superb Performances, Flawed Script
April 7, 2019 No Commentby

The Diary of Anne Frank at Arctic – Moving Story, Superb Performances, Flawed Script

The diary of Anne Frank is among the most widely read historical documents of the 20th century, but its provenance ...

ECAS' Divorciadas, Evangelicas y Vegetarianas Is Clever and Funny
April 6, 2019 No Commentby

ECAS’ Divorciadas, Evangelicas y Vegetarianas Is Clever and Funny

Sometimes a play is able to slip in a message unnoticed, all while coming across as light, breezy entertainment. In ...

Finding the Edge
April 3, 2019 No Commentby

Finding the Edge

The Gamm wraps up Season 34 (and the first year in their new space in Warwick) with Sam Shepard’s gritty (is ...

Grand and Intimate Goblin Market Is Like Nothing You've Seen Before
April 1, 2019 No Commentby

Grand and Intimate Goblin Market Is Like Nothing You’ve Seen Before

When you picture going to the theater, in your mind … what do you see? Some people might imagine a ...

<i>Constellations</i> at Wilbury – Anything and Everything Is Possible
March 27, 2019 No Commentby

Constellations at Wilbury – Anything and Everything Is Possible

A fundamental but strange and counter-intuitive idea of quantum mechanics is that all possible states are in superposition together until ...

Engaging Showmanship from TRIST’s King Lear
March 26, 2019 No Commentby

Engaging Showmanship from TRIST’s King Lear

This is a golden age of immediate gratification, of binging on serial dramas and Ben & Jerry’s. We can fulfill ...

RISE's Saint Joan: Nevertheless, She Persisted
March 26, 2019 No Commentby

RISE’s Saint Joan: Nevertheless, She Persisted

The poster for RISE’s production of Saint Joan features the titular character’s face composed of four different images, posing the ...

<i>Our Town</i> at Burbage: Before the Fall
March 21, 2019 No Commentby

Our Town at Burbage: Before the Fall

Our Town by Thorton Wilder is a deceptively simple play to perform, famously requiring neither set nor scenery and few ...

What’s In a Name? Everything, it Seems -- CPTC's Married Name Takes the Stage
March 21, 2019 No Commentby

What’s In a Name? Everything, it Seems — CPTC’s Married Name Takes the Stage

The newly refurbished AS220 black box at 95 Empire is still familiar, but very finely polished and cleaned up around ...