Theatre

“Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” is bizarre and empowering

On the last day of November, I attended “Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” I did no prior research on the…

ROC Players’ ‘Cabaret’ is dreadful, and it should be

The ROC Players’ production of “Cabaret,” was difficult, disturbing, and upsetting. And I wouldn’t have had it any other way.…

‘Where’s OBOC?’ a hit, despite mic trouble

On Friday night, Off Broadway On Campus presented “Where’s OBOC?,” a collection of vignettes and tracks from countless other stage…

‘Gone Missing’ is frustrating and authentic

I’ve never found the topic of loss to be a pleasant one. Yet — while it was sometimes frustratingly confusing…

‘The Pinter Plays’ savor discomfort

“The Pinter Plays,” the UR International Theatre Program’s side-by-side productions of the late playwright Harold Pinter’s one-acts “The Collection” and…

IBTL embraces cringe and character with ‘The Musical Show’

In Between The Lines used the format of musicals as their romping ground in “The Musical Show,” which played on…

Barbs and fairies fly In TOOP’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

If you had told me a week ago that before the week was over I would be rick-rolled via Shakespeare,…

OBOC makes a scene with ‘Confessions of a College Musical Theatre Group’

“Confessions of a College Musical Theater Group,” the title of Off Broadway On Campus’ spring show on Friday evening in…

‘The Light in the Piazza’ provides warmth and levity

Cold, wet snow was falling from dark skies over the Eastman Theatre on Friday evening, but the welcoming light inside offered…

ROC Players elevate ‘Spring Awakening’

The May Room in Wilson Commons is an interesting place to stage a musical because it doesn’t seem built for…