Renaissance Tackles Potent Pulitzer WinnerJan 25th, 2023 by Dominique Paul Noth
'Cost of Living' is strong drama about disabled characters performed by disabled actors.
Chamber Theatre Not Afraid of Virginia WoolfJan 23rd, 2023 by Dominique Paul Noth
Revival of Albee’s caustic classic is well acted, powerful and intriguing.
Rep Updates Shakespeare in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’Jan 17th, 2023 by Dominique Paul Noth
But it's the original lines that carry a fun show with grunge rock and costumes added.
‘The Tin Woman’ Offers Heartache, HumorNov 28th, 2022 by Dominique Paul Noth
Next Act's slightly surreal dramedy about a heart transplant has strong scenes but weak ending.
Skylight Goes All Disney For HolidaysNov 23rd, 2022 by Dominique Paul Noth
Is it possible to have too many good tunes? Perhaps, but the performers have pizzaz.
Chamber Theatre’s ‘Misery’ Is IntenseNov 22nd, 2022 by Dominique Paul Noth
Production more intimate than famous movie but dramatically spotty.
Way Away In a MangerNov 21st, 2022 by Dominique Paul Noth
Rep's new play, 'The Nativity Variations' spoofs Joseph and Mary in a manger and much more, with uneven results.
Rep’s ‘Beehive’ Revives 60’s Teen BalladsNov 15th, 2022 by Dominique Paul Noth
But who knew these girl pop groups were supposed to be proto-feminist?
Everything You Wanted to Ask About SexOct 24th, 2022 by Dominique Paul Noth
Renaissance staging of 'The How and the Way' pits two scientists in a dense, smart, punchy discussion that surprises.
Florentine Opens Season With Roméo et Juliette OperaOct 17th, 2022 by Dominique Paul Noth
Dom Noth reviews the highs and lows of Florentine's latest opera.
“Where Did We Sit On The Bus?” Aims To Address SegregationOct 4th, 2022 by Dominique Paul Noth
But Milwaukee Chamber Theatre stumbles into banalities.
Wife Confronts Mistress In Spin Off of Classic PlayOct 3rd, 2022 by Dominique Paul Noth
Female characters from Arthur Miller's 'Death of a Salesman' given new words in Milwaukee Rep play.