Little Shop of Horrors at New Village Arts

Scifi, B movie monsters, comic book colors, and the imminent threat to humanity via your local florist have never looked as good as it does in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS at New Village Arts, playing through August 4th.  Honestly, this production and talented cast so perfectly define campy, musical fun it’s a shame it couldn’t…

VOYEURS DE VENUS at MOXIE Theatre

History is written, and perceived through the lenses of those that have the privilege to tell the story. VOYEURS DE VENUS, now playing at MOXIE Theatre through September 9th is a stunning and provocative show that makes the audience reflect on when exploitation has masqueraded as exploration, science and prejudice has gone hand in hand,…

AVENUE Q at New Village Arts proves puppets aren’t just for kids

Today’s review is brought to you buy the letter “F”; as in fun, fuzzy, foul mouthed puppets are fantastically funny  in AVENUE Q at New Village Arts. Through July 1st you can find puppets that are more adult and from the street than they are of the kiddie Sesame variety. In a musical that is…

“The Last Wife” by Kate Hennig at the Cygnet Theatre plays out as a sleek and contemporary portrait of the power and politics of love, marriage, and survival. After all, a woman who can survive marriage to Henry the Eighth is a woman who can do anything. Set in a modern and upper class dwelling,…

Four Women and a French Revolution

THE REVOLUTIONISTS at MOXIE Theatre helps illuminate some historical girl power in a comic play about women who were heroes of the French Revolution and victims of the Reign of Terror that followed behind it. Written by Lauren Gunderson this witty play, is a self-described “play within a play” that’s “mostly a comedy” with some…