Wade McCollum is phenomenal as a now obscure mid-20th century gay male performer and writer in this exhilarating biographical solo show with music.
Dianne Wiest is magnificent as a 75-year-old Wisconsin widow who moves to LA to make it show business in this zany odyssey that is given an epic production.
Sean Young is triumphant as a washed-up B actress in this uproarious yet poignant exploration of old Hollywood’s underside; four sad tales are enacted.
John Turturro is titanic in this euphoric stage adaptation of Philip Roth’s acclaimed novel about a mentally unraveling 64-year-old licentious puppeteer.
W. Somerset Maugham’s scintillating 1926 social comedy is given a fizzy revival by a NYC-based theater company devoted to artists over the age of 50.
David Dean Bottrell’s self-written solo show is an entertaining personal exploration about death comprised of well-crafted short, intertwined episodes.
European Jewish collaboration with the Germans during the Holocaust is dramatized in this searing immersive presentation which is set in a bustling café.
French sculptor Camille Claudel’s tumultuous life and tempestuous relationship with Auguste Rodin are dramatized in this absorbing theatrical depiction.
Patrick Page enraptures with one towering Shakespearean characterization after another in his enthralling and erudite self-created theatrical solo show.
This heartfelt and dynamically enacted solo performance piece explores a trans person’s pre-transition existence through comedic and dramatic sequences.