The Clarice’s latest offering centers on a 2006 Amish school shooting.
So immersive, demanding and enthralling a show does not do well to dwell within walls.
Ahamefule J. Oluo’s unique show possesses the ability to connect to a wide range of audiences.
Unconventional casting gives this oft-revived play a fresh feel.
It’s tough to fully capture the intensity of the demon barber’s tale.
The soundtrack is powerful, meaningful and, above all, great in the moment.
The classic comedy will soon be adapted for the stage, and we’re so ready.
The musical is nothing like the movie but that’s OK.
The one-man show version of the age-old tale is pretty delightful.
The simplicity of the love story is key.