Take my yeast—please!
In Michael Hollinger’s perplexing but enchanting play, getting there is the best part.
Jackie Sibblies Drury’s dreary play is a sprawling, 70-minute journey to nowhere.
The ideas fly fast, furious, and ominous in Aaron Loeb’s entertaining satire.
Tracey Scott Wilson’s powerful, edgy play shows Theatre Exile at its considerable best.
John Pollono’s potentially interesting play is undermined by sitcom shtick.
At Theatre Exile, Rajiv Joseph’s flawed but compelling play packs a lot into 90 minutes.
Ray Didinger’s play, a natural fit for Philly sports fans, is always enjoyable, but not often more than that.
Kim Davies’ play about sexual bondage feels like a cynical exercise in edginess for its own sake.
A special theatrical alchemy happens when a great actor plays a bigger-than-life, flawed but charismatic personality. Think of Orson Welles’s Charles Foster […]