MJ Kaufman’s play is big on dogma and short on insight.
There’s a play here, somewhere. Good luck finding it.
This rolling premiere production shows InterAct at the top of their game.
Even when we’re not clear where Mia Chung’s play is going, the trip is more than worthwhile.
Playwright Mary Tuomanen’s quirky voice will delight some viewers and infuriate others.
InterAct’s elegant but bare-bones production rarely achieves lift-off.
Young Jean Lee’s complex, often wonderful, destabilizing play gets a fine production at InterAct.
Jennifer Haley’s gripping play is part cyber-thriller, part character study, part science fiction.
InterAct launches the Drake Theatre in high style – there are peaks and valleys in Kristoffer Diaz’s script, but the production is a triumph.