‘The Crucible’ is a theatrical romp

There is blood, dirt and grime, and behind the scenes, there is blood, sweat and tears poured into this production that you can feel palpably on stage.

‘Lear on the 2nd Floor’ was as unstable as its protagonist

I can’t necessarily say I enjoyed ‘Lear on the 2nd Floor,’ but I’m glad I went, if only to enjoy talented performers and get my mind absolutely unraveled.

TOOP brings the love to Halloween with Pride and Prejudice

Pride & Prejudice is a tried-and-true, fan-favorite romcom, but this staging brought a vivacity and life to its text.

‘Hocus Pocus: the Drag Parody Musical’ promises a spicy, spooky show

The parody is as raunchy as you would expect for a show promoted with the phrase “we spell witches with a capital B."

Rivera’s ‘Marisol’ remains frighteningly relevant today 

Todd Theatre’s newest production, “Marisol” — which was as disturbing as it was disorienting — is not for the faint of heart. But while some moments were difficult to watch, the surrealist show was a worthwhile, deeply moving, and all-encompassing theatrical experience.

OBOC steps ‘Into the Spotlight’

At what is likely to be my last OBOC show, I appreciated the effort that went into staging such a production. I adored that the club threw themselves fully into the world of each song, leaning away from the UR-specific jokes and settings of the past.

“Hedwig and the Angry Inch” brings identity euphoria to those on and off stage

The show guided me through an emotional rollercoaster, identity crisis, and musical bombardment all in one.

The ephemeral quality of ‘Airness’

Full of dramatic twists and heartfelt conversations, “Airness” takes us out of the world we’re currently struggling to make our way through and drops us into a niche where you can just let the show transform you for a few hours.

Tick Tick Boom: Don’t fear the passing of time

My message to those of us who are still trying to figure out their true place in life is to pursue what you know you want to do instead of what society tells you to pursue.

OBOC stuns with “Something About This Night”

Although the group is not wholly composed of innate performers, OBOC’s members’ passion for musical theatre is evident in every number.