Despite my complaints, Allegiance is affecting – almost frustratingly so.
SpeakEasy Stage Company
Adrianne Krstansky, a marvelous actress, understandably exhibits signs of the strain of having to carry the entire production on her shoulders.
SpeakEasy Stage Company’s production of Shakespeare in Love comes off as lovely, temperate, and at least a little trite.
We are invited to see the world through the eyes of an adolescent whose autism makes human communication and contact incredibly difficult.
Men on Boats is a sometimes rollicking, at other times tedious, one-act play.
The talented SpeakEasy Stage ensemble offers enough harmonious pizazz to make up for the musical ‘s erotic fizzle.
Grand Concourse does wondrous things: it encourages us ponder our own growth toward faith while emphasizing with the struggles of others.
Askins’ script is an amusing mash-up of sex comedy and supernatural horror parody.
The musical is a relentless, one hour and fifty minute excursion into the history of racial bias in America, from the cotton fields to the Civil Rights movement.
From Significant Other’s opening moments, it is clear that this smart and heartfelt script is in very capable hands.