theater, comedy, dance, opera, performance
With Satirical Humor, SpeakEasy's 'Men On Boats' Is A Meditation On History And Gender
The play, written by Jacklyn Backhaus, “offers both a lacerating critique and a humorous reinterpretation of the macho mythologies that have long sustained our romance with the long-vanished American frontier,” writes critic Kilian Melloy.
Who Has A Right To Any Given Faith? 'Faceless' Dives Into The Fiery Topic Without Hesitation
Selina Fillinger’s electrifying play, in production at the Zeitgeist Stage Company, is taut and intense, sprinkled with uneasy comedy but driven by a host of complex, tricky issues, writes critic Kilian Melloy.