Tulis McCall is an actor and writer in New York. Her online theatre reviews can be found at Usher Nonsense.
Are you a writer who has ideas but cannot get a whole play together? This is an evening not to be missed.
This pointless play is an assortment of words, the sum of which fills you up, but doesn’t leave you satisfied.
This production of Virginia Woolf's lyrical play began with all the right reasons and ended up with all the wrong results.
Frothy and charming and slightly irrelevant by today's standards, but oh, so engaging.
This production makes you remember why it is you go to the theater: because theater is magic, and life depends on magic.
Talented performers are hindered by bland writing and helped not at all by uninspired direction.
Some people are coming to see this production because they were at the first one, in 1959, and it changed their lives.
Finding Beauty in a Broken World is a dense work that requires you to set down your popcorn and pay attention.
This show is a big sloppy bear hug of YES YOU CAN, and it bonked me in the heart.
The voices are astonishing, the dancing infectious, and the storytelling classic.