A strange thing happens in Act One of Rembrandt's Gift, Tina Howe's half-baked comedy about the time-traveling Dutch master and the healing powers of art. As the Dramatic License Productions show opens, we're treated to the beginning of what looks like a powerful drama about two has-been artists wh ... More >>
"Weakness terrifies me," Ned Weeks, the cantankerous writer-turned-activist says in The Normal Heart, Larry Kramer's seminal work about the initial days of the AIDS crisis. Of course, nothing motivates quite like fear. And Ned, played with redline intensity by a sinuous John Flack in HotCity Theat ... More >>
HotCity presents a challenging Last Days of Judas Iscariot
David Ivesí Polish Joke is a crowd pleaser, but not much more
The Theater Santa, St. Thespis, brings gifts all year long
HotCity Theatre debuts with a polemic -- and how!
HotHouse concludes its season with a smile
By Sam Shepard (HotHouse Theatre Company)