This modern interpretation of Miguel de Cervantes’ 1605 Spanish classic, Don Quixote, is fresh, timely, and entertaining.
This thoroughly entertaining two-act drama with lots of humor confronts racial bigotry, the legacy of slavery, and prejudice against gay women in modern-day Tennessee.
It’s rare when a play can be entertaining, socially provocative and on point politically. 'Widowers’ Houses' manages to succeed handsomely in doing it all.
An ambitious production of 'Metamorphoses' falls short of vivid memories of the 1999 original.
Multi-talented actors with soulful voices and limber legs capture the stage, backed by a fantastic band with perfect arrangements in this premiere production.
In this heartfelt drama, all the players have their own prejudices and histories that distort their views of what’s in the best interests of an infant called Luna.
It pays to concentrate in order to absorb all the ideas that playwright Madeleine George has to present with this thought-provoking play.
'Black Odyssey' is funny, yet poignant, imaginative yet rooted in history.
James Hadley has danced and acted on Broadway, but now he is wowing audiences around the globe with his visually arresting shows, including one with Marvel superheroes.
Cal Shakes has reimagined Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie"to great success.
The Obie Award-winning 'An Octoroon' is wholly unique — entertaining and amusing while it bursts throughout with racial, political and social commentary.
'Splendour,' by Abi Morgan, is a fascinating glimpse into women’s relationships, the vagaries of language and the fragility of power and politics.
Inspired by the actual murder of Tray Franklin, a black student and talented boxer, 'brownsville song (b-side for tray)' is, in essence, a call for empathy and a call for action.