Bedlam’s theater Eric Tucker stages Shaw’s famous play with wit and deftness.
The A to Zzzzzz’s of audience shut-eye after the house lights go down.
In a season of blockbusters, a show with modest beginnings receives 11 Tony nominations.
A modest but endearing coming-of-age musical is staged excellently by Signature Theatre.
Company continues successful Shakespeare productions with “Titus Andronicus.”
A new musical based on a tale of the frozen north better suited for fifth-graders.
O’Neill play, plus “Travesties” and “Saint Joan,” rounds out a season of old plays muscling out the new.
Druid’s version at the Lansburgh is handsome, smartly acted and, yes (yawn), utterly faithful.
The book’s fans will make it difficult to get tickets to “The Cursed Child.”