How Elizabeth Coplan turned to play writing to deal with loss
I want to see satisfying comeuppance, dystopian satire and more dance than one heart can handle
The Victorian patriarchy gets its due in this new thriller by Sara Porkalob
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll feel less alone in your failure to adult.
With an eclectic score and absurdist humor, Lowbrow Opera Collective makes fringe theater out of their own lives
Gear up for a week full of experimental craziness and journalistic excellence
This ambitious world premiere play still needs work
5 shows I’m (hopefully) seeing this week, and I think you should too
‘Reparations’ at Sound Theatre Company, the first Joketeller’s Union of 2020 and more
The ultimate holiday events guide.