Wilde Awards Highlight Best Of Detroit Theater"After the critics got together late last spring to determine the nominees and the winners, one of the things that really surprised us was how evenly distributed the winners were."
Royal Oak Hosts 'Henry V' In The Park This Weekend"Henry V" is compelling on many levels. It is a war story, a coming-of-age story and the story of cultures clashing.
'BoxFest Detroit 2012': Hot Plays For Dog Days Of Summer"BoxFest Detroit" is an annual theater festival that showcases the talents of women directors.
Review: 'Into the Woods' Shines In Second ActFerrante's set was not only one of the largest I've ever seen, but it made it easy for viewers to quickly be taken from town to woods, and everything in between.
Michigan Shakespeare Festival: 'Love's Labour's Lost'It is a romp filled with slapstick, juvenile antics, boyish tussles all made even sillier when faced with the more sophisticated beauty of the fairer sex.
Michigan Shakespeare Festival: A 'Pygmalion' MasterpieceThe result of the passionate acting and fine direction is the presentation of a classic work free of any cobwebs, one whose story offers as much to ponder now as it did when Shaw first presented it a century ago.
REVIEW: 'Fiddler' Brings Down The HouseEven though the meaning of tradition changes throughout "Fiddler On The Roof," the love Tevye feels for his family doesn't and neither does the audiences love for this show.
Puzzle Piece Theatre Will Be Anything But OrdinaryWith storytelling that re-imagines what is possible in live performance, Puzzle Piece Theatre doesn't plan on being run-of-the-mill.
'Facts Of Life: The Lost Episode' At Ringwald Is Classic BurlesquePlaying a testosterone-charged Jo with five-o'clock-shadow and bare, unshaven legs, the character's sexual ambiguity – on top of cross-dressing – is parody at its best.
Broadway Onstage Begins Season With Wickline Original"This show's a lot of fun," Oakley said. "It's 90 minutes of comedy and farce, and it moves quick."
Summertime Blues? 'Resort' To 'On Golden Pond'If a healthy dose of life, love and nostalgia is your antidote to the long, hot summer, sit back with a simple dose of "On Golden Pond."
Review: Sex And Science Duke It Out 'In the Next Room'Crammed with ideas about the domination of women, never condescending to any of our foibles as humans, quirky and, finally, touching, this play in this production is a must see.
What's Better Than One Macbeth? Two! In this swift act, the players seem to come to life, or rather come to grips with death: It is as if death, murder, blood, battles were an aphrodisiac.
Review: 'Sylvia' Is A Doggone Good Time"Sylvia" is one of the most intelligent scripts in the catalogue. It is light, witty and yet probes the complex emotional bond between people and pets.
Mt. Clemens Company Celebrates Revival With A Gospel MusicalThere's a wealth of beauty in the simple lyrics and tunes of rural America, and the music of its small churches is profoundly uplifting. Say what you will about Christianity, but its message is hope.