Mushrooms, corpses, and debris litter a decaying marriage in this absurdist piece
The Normal Heart is raw, heartbreaking, and a visceral exploration of the AIDS epidemic of the 80s
Even — or especially — in student theatre, representation matters
David Lynch meets John Hughes
SUDS’ latest production is slick and macabre
Student theatre goes Freudian in this compilation show
A modern classic gets an update for the Cellar Theatre
As director Laura Balboni takes her audience on a field trip to Rydell High, there is certainly no lack of enthusiasm from the cast of MUSE’s Grease
Gripping, tense, and powerful.
"Riordan Berry confessed it took a long time to create Mass Destruction, but I am very glad he did."