Entertainment :: Theatre Reviews
Tony-winning actor Denis O’Hare stars in a solo re-telling of Homer’s epic poem. It’s being given a powerful, one-of-a-kind production I strongly urge to see before it leaves town on May 4.
Stoneham Theatre’s production of just such a musical, ’Thoroughly Modern Millie,’, doesn’t wow, but even by being merely fine, it’s still a lot of fun.
Cathy Rigby is back in "Peter Pan," and this is no tired classic, slumping in with an aging star. No, this is a perfectly produced and performed shimmering gem of a show, one that can truly be called wondrous.
Boston residents will not be hard pressed to draw parallels between the horrific images that emerged from the Boston Marathon bombings and those presented on stage in the SITI Company’s production of "Trojan Women (After Euripides)".
Imaginary Beasts captures the wonder and mystery of Thornton Wilder’s theatrical imagination with this production of a number of his short plays.
"The Book of Mormon" hilariously lives up to expectations.
Fresh Fruit bids adieu with another clever show that highlights their irreverent style.
William Finn’s semi-autobiographical musical is a chamber musical with some outstanding music receiving a spirited but uneven production by Moonbox Productions.
So what is the state of women in the theatre? This recent program brought Boston audiences up to date.
After last year’s successful production, the Boston Children’s Theatre brings "Reflections of a Rock Lobster" back for a return run.