"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 >>
Thanks for the memories: Dennis and Deanna break down 2006.
HotCity presents a challenging Last Days of Judas Iscariot
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the dining room
A Streetcar Named Desire
Hothouse Theatre Company
Two prominent companies unfurl their first productions of the fall season. So far, so good.
The HotHouse Theatre Company produces a gorefest set in the West and pokes at the American character
Flaming Guns of the Purple Sage promises a rompin', stompin' good time
Despite some stumbles, the HotHouse Theatre production of the hot-button Bent is a sobering success
After a manic first act, HotHouse's What the Butler Saw provides some crazy fun
By Tennessee Williams (HotHouse Theatre Company)
By Sam Shepard (HotHouse Theatre Company)
By Lee Blessing (HotHouse Theatre Company)
By Paul Rudnick (HotHouse Theatre Co.)