Theater

‘Namaste’ is a Dirty Word, in Yoga Play

When the new CEO of an athleisure wear company asks, “What is…

 

The Great Leap Trips and Stumbles Forward

Hana Kim’s hypnotizing projection designs provide color, light and motion every time…

 

The Things She Carried, In Her Portmanteau

The blood running through Iniabasi’s (Eunice Woods) veins has turned to ice.…

 

Pay Me What You Owe Me in Strindberg’s Creditors

Adolph (Joseph Patrick O’Malley) is the patron saint of second husbands. He’s…

The Lizard Brain Evolves in Edward Albee’s Seascape

When Charlie (James Carpenter) was a boy, he used to swim into…

Changing Faces in King of the Yees

The strongest whiskey, the sweetest oranges, and the loudest firecrackers. If Lauren…

You’ve Got a Friend in When We Were Young and Unafraid

Somber earth tones dominate the mood and the visual palette of Sarah…

The African Dream, in Mfoniso Udofia’s America

Can the Nigerian dream work within the American paradigm? That’s the question…

Lord of the Dance Moves in Paradise Square

In hindsight, it now looks inevitable that the influence of pap TV…

Margo Hall’s Learning Curve

Most of us have to invent our own personal mythologies to feel…