Ed Rampell: This one act play veers wildly off of the tried and true primrose path into uncharted territory which hasn’t been explored much on the boards since Eugene Ionesco’s 1959 Rhinoceros.
Ed Rampell: Writer and lyricist Vanessa Claire Stewart has wrought a highly stylized production about America’s first serial killer, H.H. Holmes (Keith Allan of SYFY Network’s Z Nation series), an actual historic figure.
Dick Price: Based on a true story, Lloyd Suh’s one-act play tells of Afong Moy, a 14-year-old girl brought to New York in 1834 as perhaps the first female Chinese immigrant to America.
Ed Rampell: One violation of a human right is a violation to all human rights.
Ed Rampell: Co-produced by the Getty Villa with Maryland’s Round House Theatre, The Heal is a howl, a sheer delight, from beginning to end.