Acting is the strength of Arizona Repertory Theatre's production of Craig Lucas’ “Reckless,” which opened Wednesday, Nov. 11, evening.
Several theaters here fall far below the national average, and one soars above it.
The dark comedy combines whimsy with a harsh reality
The production of the musical brings out nuances of the story
Letters on First Things First, kudos to high school band, left-turn solution.
UA students tackle the musical about life at the Kit Kat Club during pre-war Germany.
The dated play had its share of problems
'Barefoot in the Park' is a trip back to the early 1960s
Student cast does the difficult Sondheim musical justice
Acting — and costumes — make for a fine viewing of the tragedy
The tragedy features Iago, one of Shakespeare's truly evil characters
Erica Renee Smith as Luisia and Max Tzannes as Guido share an intimate moment in Arizona Repertory Theatre's production of "Nine."
Imogen (Brooke Hartnett) laments her wounded husband, Posthumus (Frank Camp), in Arizona Repertory Theatre's production of Shakespeare's "Cymbeline.
"Inspecting Carol" is a full-out farce with buffoonish actors, sets that crumble intentionally and over-the-top silliness.
Here's the reality of art:
What'choo talkin 'bout? Most "Avenue Q" characters live in a tenement run by Gary Coleman, played by Syndee Ortiz, center. With her are Michael Calvoni, left, and Marie MacKnight.
This is a universal truth: puppet sex is funny.
You know when you go to see a production called "Bat Boy: The Musical" that you aren't in for an evening of theatrical literature.