Savagely funny cartoon of a play about racial identity in a post-racial society.
Production of the Celtic legend that hardly seems worth the elaborate technology lavished on it.
Bill Cain's dazzling drama.
The walls may talk but not with any real strength of conviction.
Nobody likes to admit it, but it's a lot harder for girls to leave home than for boys.
Trimly mounted, crisply performed, a lyrical earful and a comic delight.
There's a feeling that a chance has been lost to reach a broader audience through theatrical drama.
A physically decorative ensemble enact witty, occasionally poignant vignettes.
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