In Julia Cho’s Aubergine, a Korean-American chef deals with his dying father. Cho uses food as the cornerstone for a sensitive though meandering meditation on the difficulties of family, communication, and coming to terms with one’s life in this entry in the Women’s Voices Theater Festival.
The giddy sense of discovery takes hold of you during Lauren Gunderson’s plays about unsung women throughout history. This fall’s theater highlight was certainly Avant Bard’s luminous production of Emilie: La Marquise du Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight, which brought to brilliant light the life and beautiful mind of the 18th-century mathematician and physicist who […]
Imagine a small boy in the bleak world of 19th-century England. His parents are dead; he is in the custody of his older sister, a harridan who is prone to gusts of even more extreme anger and her husband, a blacksmith. Hard days and poverty envelop their waking hours like the cold English fog, and […]
Everyman Theatre announced this weekend that a venerable thriller and a venerable farce will bookend its 2016/17 season, which will otherwise contain new comedies, a Michael John LaChiusa/Ellen Fitzhugh musical, and an adaptation of a Charles Dickens novel.
Organ donation may not be something you automatically associate with comedy, but playwright Michael Hollinger attempts to find the zanier side of bum kidneys and dysfunctional family dynamics in his new play Under the Skin.
On Tuesday, October 20th, Everyman Theatre opened their production of Fences, and debuted a new August Wilson inspired ice cream.
Don’t mess with Mama Nadi (Dawn Ursula), the flinty matriarch of a bar and brothel in a Congo mining town. She has a machete and she knows how to use it.