Playwright Douglas Williams’ ear for Millennial patois is superb… and his eye for character even better.
Peter Sinn Nachtrieb’s play, meant to be funny, shocking and poignant, seems instead to be trying too hard.
David Jacobi’s play wants to capture something important. I wish I knew what.
Is Emma Goidel’s play theater or therapy? You’ll need to judge for yourselves.
Jacqueline Goldfinger’s spellbinding new play honors centuries of theater in a voice that is distinctly her own.
Douglas Williams’ funny, touching play may be the best 90 minutes you’ll spend in a theater this year.
Azuka’s Theatre’s cynicism-free production is a breath of fresh air.
Considerable moment-to-moment power here is stronger than the big picture.
There’s more than a hint of young adult fiction to Emma Goidel’s play, but the right audiences will enjoy it.
Lights Rise on Grace by Chad Beckim arrives at Azuka as part of the National New Play Network’s ambitious Rolling World Premiere […]