The UNM Theatre Department's production of Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" is an enchanting late spring diversion.
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Director Eugene Douglas and his cast breathe vibrant life into Theatre X's production of Moises Kaufman's "Gross Indecency."
The Musical Theatre Southwest's production of the "All Night Strut" is, judging from the response of at least one audience member, positively soporific.
The Adobe Theatre's adaptation of a classic, racially-charged play was technically sound but fell painfully short in delivery.
Young Joe Gonsowski carries Musical Theater Southwest's otherwise uneven rendition of The Who's "Tommy," with passion that is evident in his heartfelt expressions and determined movements.
Few actors can make a one-hour monologue bearable, much less a pleasure. Jill Battson is a delightful exception to this rule. Battson's original monologue, "486-8474 Or: How I Learned to Live With Obsession," is nothing short of brilliant. Add to this Battson's heartfelt performance, and one has theater at its best.
Truth be told, only a good show will have the audience wanting to sing along during the opening number. The Albuquerque Little Theatre's production of "100 Years of Broadway, 66 years off Central" does just that.
Theater X's production of "Closetland" is rough around the edges, but passionately executed. Director Adam Durant and his two lone cast members have poured their hearts into Radha Bharadwaj's obscure one-act play.
Like an arranged marriage between a wealthy old man and a young maiden, the Albuquerque Little Theater’s production of Moliere’s “The Miser” is technically perfect but lacks passion.
Musical Theater Southwest's production of "Gypsy" is reminiscent of fast food. It tastes great while you're eating, but when the meal is finished, you're not as satisfied as you hoped you'd be.
Director Allison Davis and the cast of the Albuquerque Little Theater have gave their best to Tennessee Williams' classic play, "The Glass Menagerie."
Carman was hot stuff in the early '90s.
Though the opening number promises "Comedy Tonight," much of Musical Theatre Southwest's "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," is a tragedy.