The wonderful Corinna Burns shines especially brightly in this droll, delightful show.
What’s most unsettling here happens quietly in the shadows.
One of the three plot strands in Stef Smith’s sincere play is for the ages.
Lee Coffey’s virtuoso play is a sobering glimpse of a world we don’t often see on stage.
You will see no more delightful show, nor a better lesson in stagecraft, this season.
This darkly comic fable at Inis Nua packs an initial punch. Too bad it goes on too long.
Director Tom Reing gives us an accomplished, exhilaratingly theatrical show, but the core story and its protagonist remain elusive.
Clara Brennan’s intriguing one-character play — a love-letter to libraries — gets a fine production at Inis Nua, with an extraordinary performance by Emily R. Johnson.
Something magical happens 30 minutes into Penelope. It begins when Quinn, a middle-aged man, unflatteringly clad in a speedo, babbles on with […]