Despite the strength of the acting, the play’s plot fails to make sense.
The strength of its characters and comedy made the show a truly enjoyable experience.
Though corny, “She Kills Monsters”‘ humor and heart propel it over its missteps.
“Sweat” puts the role of the working-class individual under a microscope and asks us the question: What would you do if you had to fight to survive?
Doing a play over Zoom is absurd. “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon” used that absurdity to further the laughs.
“Tough!,” the PAD’s last play of the semester, succeeded because of its realism.
After a semester apart, All Student Theatre is back with the perfect two-person play, “Jerry Finnegan’s Sister.”
The five characters of Danai Gurira’s “Eclipsed”—four wives married to the same high-ranking officer and peace advocate—find themselves trapped not only by rebel fighting but also by their own beliefs. These women live in a rebel army camp during the last leg of the Liberian Civil War.
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” may date to the 1590s, but the Performing Arts Department’s latest production of Shakespeare’s classic is as fresh as ever. All elements of the show contribute to a magical experience, as the audience travels to Fairyland and back. Make every effort to see “Dream” this weekend; even an ass would not miss it.
The cast of “The Giver” never stops moving. Presented by Edison Theatre and Metro Theater Company, this production of “The Giver” acts as if walking is outlawed in this community and sprinting is the only legal form of transportation.
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