Live Long and Prospero

Quill Theatre’s production of “The Tempest” at Agecroft Hall focuses on comedic and romantic elements.

Three Women

“The Savannah Sipping Society” at Swift Creek Mill is sweet, cute and mildly funny.

Cover Me

Cadence’s “Gloria” portrays a tragic workplace event through an examination of collective trauma.

Out of the Box

TheatreLab’s latest explores race and identity in ways that challenge its performers and audience.

Rotten Luck

The raucous musical “Something Rotten!” mines the incongruity between the Elizabethan era and the Broadway musical.

Return of the Absurd

“Wrong Chopped” at Firehouse roasts conventional theater.

Pet Sounds

Firehouse’s “Animal Control” explores justice and compassion through a dog dispute.

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