Recent content from Chris Hewitt
With powerful force, "Come Through" seems to explore themes of freedom, justice, equality and hope.
Writers are thrilled when Children's Theatre wants to turn storybooks into plays. Then reality sets in.
The Jungle's new play about young women features a bunch of actors you've never seen, and it's extraordinary.
Its lease was affected by McNally Smith bankruptcy. But it'll stay through at least the 2018-19 season.
Famed theatermaker Robert Lepage explores his childhood address in solo work "887" at the Walker.
We convened a roundtable with the 10 women who will be onstage and more than a dozen others working behind the scenes when the Pulitzer Prize finalist "The Wolves" opens Friday night.
Review: After a fine launch, Theatre Pro Rata production of this Steven Dietz drama falters.
Part teacher, part theatermaker, he's tackling Howard Zinn's alternative history of the U.S.
The eight-show season includes a new play by Pulitzer winner Lynn Nottage, "Metamorphoses" by Mary Zimmerman, a revival of "Guys and Dolls" and a Shakespeare-sized question mark.
You're in good company, with fewer intermissions during shows.