The Reprise Theater Company fulfills its artistic mandate admirably with its production of "Kiss Me, Kate," polishing up a classic tuner to reveal its virtues anew.
Fans of the tuner will probably love this mostly successful production, which includes changes Alan Jay Lerner made for the London 1985 revival.
The Tony-nominated "Rock of Ages" makes a triumphant return to the city where it started, in this thoroughly entertaining touring company production.
An affectionate send-up of 'The Grapes of Wrath' and 'Of Mice and Men.'
"The Web" aims to be a paranoid thriller, but lacks suspense and intelligent characterization.
A kernel of a good idea and some strong performances, but the play has a scattershot quality.
Play is a new adaptation of Bram Stoker's "Dracula."
The clever writing is unfortunately as uneven as a zombie attempting to shamble up a staircase.
Play deals with the effects of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia on a family.
The creators of "The Marvelous Wonderettes" have presented the male equivalent, "Life Could Be a Dream."
Film noir almost begs to be deflated -- and playwright Bill Robens answers the call.