Cock

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Sep 16, 2014
Mike Bartlett's Olivier Award winning British play makes its L.A. debut in a taut and terrific staging by the Rogue Machine company.

The Fatal Weakness

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Sep 16, 2014
Dedicated to rediscovering and bringing "new vitality" to neglected works, The Mint Theater Company's revives George Kelly's "The Fatal Weakness."

An Audience with Meow Meow

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Sep 16, 2014
Berkeley's Roda Theatre stages the unexpected evening of dance, performance and comedy, "An Audience With Meow Meow."

The Lion King

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 16, 2014
"The Lion King" stands triumphant as ever. If you've seen it, it's even better than you might remember; if you haven't seen it, there's no excuse: The show is back in Boston through Oct. 12.

Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Sep 16, 2014
Anthony Wayne brings the life of Sylvester, The Queen of Disco, to the stage in a play that is mighty real.

Doubt

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 16, 2014
A strict nun; an affable priest. The Stoneham Theatre's production of John Patrick Shanley's 2004 play examines a crisis of faith not just in God, but also in one's fellow human beings... and one's own convictions.

Richard III

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Sep 16, 2014
The Athenaeum Theatre stages a bare-bones presentation of Shakespeare's 'Richard III.'

Roar

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Sep 16, 2014
Rockwell Table & Stage brings us its latest Immersive Pop Music experience with a story about three women dealing with love, despair, and hope -- all set to the hits of pop's leading female artists.

Kumu Hina

By Kevin Kline | Tuesday Sep 16, 2014
An important message of "Kumu Hina" is to embrace LGBTQ+ cross-cultural awareness.

Boys

By Kevin Kline | Tuesday Sep 16, 2014
A TV movie from the Netherlands, "Boys" aka "Jongens" is a quiet little film about a fifteen-year-old named Sieger (Gijs Blom), who falls for a running mate named Marc (Ko Zandvliet).