At the rEvolver Festival, Ramshackle Theatre uses cardboard and aluminum foil to create an amusement park town run by robots and short one cowboy
It's like binge-watching Netflix on your iPad: it’s entertaining, if not terribly deep.
There's going to be extra appeal if you've ever hauled around an overloaded backpack and a dog-eared copy of Let’s Go Western Europe
There’s fun to be had in the machinations of the plot, and the pleasures of Shanley’s dialogue are bottomless.
Corey Payette's script focuses on the experience of those who attended a residential school.
The jukebox musical based on the unlikely but real-life meeting of four musical legends: Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins
The impulse to resist impersonating such a well-known figure is easy to understand, but Judy needs to be more of a train wreck
If your art of choice is theatre—or musical theatre, in particular—you’ll probably love it. Hard-core Mitchell fans might respond differently.
Think Beckett on steroids.
Jean-Philippe Lehoux begins the play groggy and shivering in his seat on a plane bound for Cuba.