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Tagged with: New Conservatory Theatre

In ‘Before the Sword,’ beloved fantasy author becomes metaphorical Merlin

Engaging New Conservatory play puts a (slightly) queer spin on an episode in 'Sword in the Stone' writer TH White's life

Quaking with fervor at the brothel in ‘The Confession of Lily Dare’

Camp maven Charles Busch's latest at NCTC has all the diva elements, although the execution's airy.

‘Getting There’ wove Ugly American tropes into Parisian storylines of love and loss

Dipika Guha’s world premiere one-act at New Conservatory entertained as it lampooned.

Sympathetic ‘A Picture of Two Boys’ tells story of friendship under fire

It's a tale that will feel familiar to many—but does the play have what it takes to do the trope justice?

Clash of generations in ‘Aunt Jack’ hilariously upends LGBTQ+ cliches

Nora Brigid Monahan's West Coast premiere at New Conservatory seizes on familiar genre tropes to tell a necessary story

In ‘Encore’ at NCTC, the song remains the same

A flip though the company's musical numbers of the past two years should be a romp, but needs context and energy

Time-tripping back to the height of AIDS in ‘PrEP Play’

'Peggy Sue Got Married' meets pre-exposure prophylaxis in Yilong Liu's relevant tale of generational disconnect

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: Gay love story ‘Gently Down the Stream’ stirs few ripples

At New Conservatory, a technically well-done play by the author of 'Bent' seems too familiar even for rom-com territory.

‘Plot Point in Our Sexual Development’ dissects a history of trans love

Definitions of "comfort" are contested as a couple rolls through their sexual triumphs and trials.