There are two directors in Boston that I would wholeheartedly call fearless: One is Igor Golyak of Needham’s Arlekin Players, and the other is David R. Gammons, whose current mounting of Kate Hamill’s Vanity ...
It’s likely that when you hear the name Frankenstein a very specific image comes to mind, one that probably involves green skin, stitches, and a pair of bolts.
The first thing to know about this production of Frankenstein ... read more
The idea of an all-male Les Liaisons Dangereuses is one that I find appealing. On paper, at least, such a concept could offer up some fascinating observations about ... read more
By the time that David Auburn’s Proof closed on Broadway in 2003 after over 900 performances, it was the biggest nonmusical hit in two decades, a record it still holds ... read more
Fall in the Hub can be the best time to get a lineup of killer new theatrical productions and the new or fresh-off-a-summer-renovations spots to eat at before or after a show on one’s radar.