"Without Walls" at the La Jolla Playhouse; A festival of about a dozen site-specific works, including a new piece about sea monsters staged on the beach by puppeteer Basil Twist.
Glum, overengineered "Yoshimi" is a concept in search of a demographic, much effort expended to remarkably little effect.
Fans of the art of Paul Reubens (a.k.a. Pee-wee Herman) will have a nostalgic field-day at the Broadway incarnation of "The Pee-wee Herman Show."
The collaboration between performance artist Joey Arias and master puppeteer Basil Twist forms the central portion of Bobby Sheehan's uplifting, enormously fun "Arias With a Twist: The Docufantasy."
In Rinne Groff's "Compulsion," which receives its world premiere at Yale Repertory Theater, the question is, whose Anne is it anyway?
They're campy and they're kooky, quite antic and hopelessly romantic. That's "The Addams Family."
Two summers ago, the Public Theater opened its Shakespeare in the Park season with a "Macbeth" that forcibly attempted to twist that drama of power, madness and ambition into a play about war…