Stages, Theater

Review: Spanning Tragedy, Comedy and Several Years, The Winter’s Tale Proves to be Enduring Shakespeare

Winter's Tale

You read Romeo & Juliet in high school. You saw Much Ado About Nothing one summer at the park. Even if you’ve never seen (or read) them, cultural references to Hamlet, Macbeth and Othello […]

Lisa Trifone /
Review, Stages, Theater

Review: Discovery, and What Could Have Been, in Court Theatre’s Photograph 51

Photograph 51

Once this awful cold snap breaks (because let’s be honest, we’re all hibernating until then), there’s a show on the south side that’s worth seeking out: Photograph 51 is a play by […]

Lisa Trifone /
Stages, Theater

Northlight’s Beauty Queen of Leenane A Quietly Devastating Dark Comedy

Northlight Theatre’s production of The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Martin McDonagh’s quietly devastating dark comedy, takes place in the provincial town of Leenane. Directed by B.J. Jones, the Tony Award-winning […]

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