Stages, Theater

Review: Galileo’s Daughter by Remy Bumppo Theatre Meditates on Family and Science

Galileo’s Daughter, a world premiere being presented by Remy Bumppo Theatre, is more a meditation on family and science than a play in a strictly theatrical sense. The story is […]

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Stages, Theater

Review: How to Defend Yourself at Victory Gardens Falls Short in Addressing an Important Topic

How to Defend Yourself by Liliana Padilla takes an important topic—how women can defend themselves in a rape culture—and treats it with some sincerity about woman using their bodies to […]

Nancy S Bishop /
Stages, Theater

Review: Cambodian Rock Band Mixes Joyous Cambodian Rock Music and a Genocide Story

Cambodia’s violent and genocidal past doesn’t sound like a story that will have you leaving the theater smiling. But Lauren Yee manages to create a small miracle with her brave, […]

Nancy S Bishop /
Review, Stages, Theater

Review: What Is and What Could Be at Court Theatre’s Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner

Last year, when it turned 50, the Stanley Kramer film Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? was added to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress, marking it for preservation […]

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