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The actor, playwright, fight choreographer and Babes With Blades ensemble member encourages aspiring polymaths to pursue all their interests.
"The design process is like breaking down elements. What's exciting in theater is you get to do it on real people and see it in real time."
The regional premiere of Leslye Headland's play promises a "sexy psychological thriller" but leaves its audience waiting for take off interminably.
Occupied with playing devil’s advocate and presenting an exciting display, the local premiere of Lisa Loomer's play loses poignancy and narrative consistency.
Mara Nelson-Greenberg's play sneaks in themes of emotional manipulation, micro-aggression and male privilege to an audience that’s busy laughing.
The real mystery of this 1986 Tony Award winner is why it's being revived in 2019.
Playwrights Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon add a new entry to the Jane Austen universe with this heartwarming holiday tale.
From crooning to spooning, this production of Michael John LaChiusa's musical goes from crush to carnality and back again over the course of several decades.
Northlight kicks off their latest season with the Midwest premiere of this neat historical fiction and loving ode to the challenges and rewards of parenting.
The Midwest premiere of this "play with songs" bills itself as the Scottish "Once." And it delivers.
The Plagiarists' choose-your-own-adventure play is back and more elaborate than ever.
Nabokov's darkly compelling novel receives an equally introspective adaptation from the puppet masters at Rough House.
This sci-fi original is part classic murder-mystery, part probing workplace drama.