If the flurry of excitement and variety we're being offered in January is any indication, this is going to be an amazing year for theater. The month opens on a light note: a 1930s Noel Coward play set in the big-haired 1980s. This isn't the kind of interpretation you expect for Coward, not even fo ... More >>
An unlikely roommate comes with plenty of baggage.
Amy's View needs more star power.
The compelling Unmerciful grapples with end-of-life choices.
Humble Boy stumbles with its Hamlet references.
Rose finds a fresh approach to confronting Holocaust horrors.
A requiem for one of the area's shining theatrical lights.
The sad, empty lives of the British lower middle class crystallize in Talking Heads.
A lively bridal-party setup fails to mate with a story line.
Everyman doesn't miss a step in The Baltimore Waltz's bittersweet dance through an imagined European journey.
The performers have a ball with Guys and Dolls.