Ed Rampell: With this deft cross-genre philosophical blending Pay! creates a heady anarchic concoction mixing loads of laughs and antics with a tumbler of leftwing politics, as Groucho Marx mingles with Karl Marx.
Ed Rampell: The drama plays out like a sort of fever dream as the tequila swilling, pill popping Frida remembers her many lovers – most of them, but of course, women.
Ed Rampell: This three hour-ish, UK-set tour-de-force takes a deep dive into the pressing subject of climate – as well as family – crisis.
Ed Rampell: Ably directed by Jessica Kubzansky, this one-act Alzheimer-palooza is staged in what is usually described as a “cinematic” way, with intercutting and perhaps even montage used to indicate Andre’s (Molina) increasingly fragmented, confused perception of reality.
Ed Rampell: In about 90 minutes Adams features a searing, scorching look at timely issues in a highly entertaining way full of wit and drama, offering ticket buyers a powerful, wonderful night at the thee-a-tuh.