Excellent variety and challenges mark new slate of productions.
Quirky comedy picks up merry momentun to a very funny finish.
Highly charged examination of family struggles and racial tensions.
A sweetheart of a love story, gentle, mellow and touching.
The Rep’s “Brighton” is a show to fall in love with. Charming, funny and sometimes painfully valid.
Adaptation of Shakespeare’s early work gets imaginative updated treatment.
Culture, terrorism and finance blend a timely tale in this world premiere.
Harry Hamm reviews the new show at The Studio Theater of The Rep, “A Steady Rain.”
A troubling and powerful look at life, the law and friendship.
Charlie talks with Washington U. Student Arielle Klagsbrun about the Keystone XL Pipeline Project, with Nicholas Carr, author of “Shallows”, and with Steve Woolf,Artistic Director at The Rep.