At the Unicorn, “Lungs” is an Angsty, Engrossing Ride
The season-ending production of Duncan Macmillan's enjoyable, compact one-act is a reminder that a basic formula—intelligent script, attuned actors, crisp direction, understated design—makes for very satisfying theater.
“Annie” National Tour Delivers a Ray of Sunshine to the Kauffman Center
The latest traveling production—on the Muriel Kauffman Theater stage as part of the PNC Broadway in Kansas City season—offers all the charm and cheer of the original, but with the freshness of a new generation.
At the Unicorn Theatre, “Refuge” is a Moving, Musical, Magical Experience
Refuge, the new play about borders, barriers, and American dreams currently in a rolling world-premiere at the Unicorn Theatre, is a complex blend of narrative, music, puppetry, and magical realism—powerful and poignant.