Errors in a play’s development can only grow. But by their nature, errors are forgivable — and North Coast Repertory Theatre’s deft ‘The Spitfire Grill’ is a very good case in point.
Something about ‘The Imaginary Invalid’ seems very familiar. But nothing gets in the way of the visiting Fiasco Theater’s version now at the Old Globe Theatre. It’s a constant delight.
Young Gidion’s death by hanging is a loss from which his mom will never recover — and in Innermission Productions’ good
‘Gidion’s Knot,’ educational protocol is as much the culprit as anything.
What’s not to like about 24 Jimmy Buffett songs from 44 years of baladeering? And a plot and you’ve got a Broadway-bound musical titled – what else? – ‘Escape to Margaritaville.’
Psychiatrist and author Heinrich Hoffmann never figured on the modern-day backlash from his children’s book, designed to scare the daylights out of errant kids. The response is ‘Shockheaded Peter,’ Cygnet Theatre Company’s uniformly outstanding nod to the victims beneath the stories.
In The Revolutionists, playwright Lauren Gunderson turns her attention to three women who lost their lives during the French Reign of Terror…