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Tagged with: Magic Theatre

Going medieval on queer fantasy in ‘Deal with the Dragon’

Fire-breathing co-dependency and a fetching drag Maleficent in Kevin Rolston's solo show at the Magic

As ‘Monument’ shows, having a seat at the table doesn’t mean you have a voice

Sam Chanse play at Magic Theatre revolves around four sisters in crisis—and an animated sloth.

After a long wait, we finally glimpse ‘Intimate Apparel’

Pandemic-delayed Lorraine Hansberry Theatre production features some strong turns in this Lynn Nottage play at new home

Review: Navigating a matriarch’s dementia (with a sitcom air) in ‘Dot’

Colman Domingo's warm 2019 play at New Conservatory is headed for TV, but needs to work out some tonal kinks.

Review: In ‘Otto Frank,’ an examination of tragedy that transcends historical period

Roger Guenveur Smith's solo show at Magic Theatre extends the story of Anne Frank's father into our own time.

In ‘Otto Frank,’ Roger Guenveur Smith illuminates the life of Anne Frank’s father

At Magic Theatre, the veteran playwright and actor's solo show revolves around the Holocaust survivor's life and struggle.

Review: Men are pig(food) in ‘The Kind Ones’

Miranda Rose Hall's world premiere kicks off a new era for the Magic Theatre, with plenty of voracious squeals.

With ‘The Kind Ones,’ a gift play for a woman in a Montana shelter

Miranda Rose Hall's new work at Magic Theatre contemplates what happens when systems fail.

Sean San José: ‘There needs to be a home for more people’ in local theater

The new Magic Theatre Artistic Director builds on his deep roots with a passion for actual—not superficial—inclusion.

Arts Forecast: How Weird (that everything is virtual now)

As we move farther toward festival season, it's really dawning that our hugest events will take place on our screens. It's not like we...