ArtJun 5th, 2015 by
Tory Folliard presents related but quite different work by two Illinois artists. Does the former student outdo his teacher?
ArtMay 8th, 2015 by
Shimon and Lindemann lovingly and wittily capture regional Wisconsin subjects, in a must-see exhibition.
ReviewMay 4th, 2015 by
Little by Little is a smart and smartly staged musical about three romantically-entangled friends coming of age.
ReviewApr 27th, 2015 by
Rep’s Peter and the Starcatcher is Disney-esque fun but lacks J.M. Barrie’s dark depth.
ReviewApr 20th, 2015 by
Chamber Theatre’s third production of the Jeeves trilogy runs merrily on empty.
ReviewApr 14th, 2015 by
Lettice & Lovage offers masterful comic performances by Laura Gordon and Carrie Hitchcock.
ReviewApr 13th, 2015 by
Next Act Theatre’s fine staging of Ten Questions revisits the issue of evolution vs. religion (and creationism). Who wins?
ArtMar 24th, 2015 by
Robin Jebavy’s large, still life paintings are showy, but how much is below the surface?
ClassicalMar 17th, 2015 by
New opera by Thai composer is innovative fantasy that challenges conventions.
ArtFeb 17th, 2015 by
Ukrainian photographer Mila Teshaieva captures three Asian countries now adrift in a haunting exhibition at Haggerty Museum.
ReviewFeb 16th, 2015 by
Deborah Staples shines, playing multiple characters, in riveting Rep show.
ReviewFeb 2nd, 2015 by
A powerful one-woman show at Next Act probes the problems -- and drama -- of urban schools.