A wonderful coming-of-age story for the “Harry Potter” generation returns for a strictly limited run onstage and to stream on-demand.
Category: Theater Reviews
David Thewlis and Daniel Mays give a Pinter-perfect performance for both studio and streaming audiences.
Infinity in one act: Zoë Wanamaker and Peter Capaldi star in “Constellations,” a play that sparks endless possibilities.
Aesthetics over ethics: Wilde’s classic tale of youth, obsession, and manipulation gets a social media spin in the age of lockdowns.
Theater Review: Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cumming Push the Boundaries of Theater in “Endgame” and “Rough for Theatre II”
Check out our review of the Old Vic’s double bill of “Endgame” and “Rough for Theatre II”, starring Alan Cumming and Daniel Radcliffe.
“Dumbledore Is So Gay”‘s fast-paced narrative depicts what it was like to be a gay teen in the ’00s and is a play so good you won’t need a philosopher’s stone to give you life.
On December 1, 2019, the West Coast production of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” opened at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco, delivering a truly magical experience.
The incredibly funny, very fast-paced, and thoroughly entertaining “Puffs, or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic” opened in Sydney this past Thursday. Check out our review!
Comedian and much-loved “Potter” alumna Jessie Cave has taken her highly praised one-woman show “Sunrise” on tour. Read our spoiler-free review and enter our giveaway here!