An exceptional year brings new work and performances center stage.
A dark, funny new work from Catastrophic Theatre goes behind the white picket fences.
Tamarie Cooper returns to poke mostly gentle fun at the U.S. and delivers a new national anthem.
World-premiere musical could be Catastrophic Theatre's next smash hit.
Stages mounts another successful Craig Wright play
You just might learn something at Late Nite Catechism
IBP's new original show is a strange, wonderful surprise
Infernal Bridegroom puts on another show of bizarre wonders
A nightmare unfolds under gray rain in Night Just Before the Forests
Adultery preys on the human heart in Orange Flower Water
If you're a parent, Somebody's Sons will freak you out
Jerry's World -- and Joe Frank's radio show -- come to life
Theater LaB and Stages prove 'tis better to be funny than to take yourself too seriously
Troy Schulze brings the poetry of Silver Jews front man David Berman to the stage
A swaggering Troy Schulze steals Phaedra's Love
Tamalalia 7 and West Side Story offer different musical takes on a time-honored topic
The Laramie Project tells the tale of a town transformed by tragedy
The Pavilion reminds us that we can't go home again.
Destructive thoughts lie beneath the civil facades in Pinter's masterful domestic drama
Former Oiler safety Bo Eason tackles the emotional and physical fallout from a career in professional football
Stages' latest production cuts to the essence of music, art and human nature
Stages turns a tight and terrifyingly effective Screw
A hysterical Tamarie Cooper rescues herself from suburbia in the free-association comedy Tamalalia 2000
A gay screenwriter goes mainstream in the unruly but provocative Dying Gaul
Kindertransport sends insights on historical suffering
At the Ensemble and Main Street, death is summer fun