David Ford

‘Dragon’ a solo fantasy show with parenting tales

In a theater world filled with perhaps too many stories about dysfunctional…

 

Eliza Gibson’s ‘A.I. Therapist’ provides comfort

In her solo show “Bravo 25: Your A.I. Therapist Will See You…

 

‘Stroke of Luck’ a story of family, survival

In her solo show at The Marsh, Diane Barnes asks some provocative…

 

Charlie Varon serves up comfort food in ‘Storyborscht’

At the outset of his new storytelling session, with dining, Charlie Varon…

Maureen Langan an engaging garbageman’s daughter

The title of Maureen Langan’s solo show, “Daughter of a Garbageman,” now…

Betty, Buffy, Craig Jessup, Shocktoberfest, Terror-Rama onstage Oct. 20-23

Here are a few offerings of what's onstage this weekend: Amateurs: Notre…

Ady Lady ponders salvation vs. shame in funny solo show

“I saw a muzzled dog vomit on the bus.” That first line…

‘Grey Matter’ skewers corporate culture

Anyone who has worked for a corporation, or known someone who’s worked…

Lorri Holt brings Colette to life in ‘Uncensored’

When Lorri Holt takes the stage, in the world premiere of “Colette…

‘Date Night’ a funny, thoughtful look at marriage and parenting

With a title like “Date Night at Pet Emergency,” Lisa Rothman’s one-woman…

Geoff Hoyle’s jesting sublime in ‘Lear’s Shadow’

From the minute Geoff Hoyle sidles onto the Marsh stage in plaid…

Funny ‘Vital Signs’ gets to nitty-gritty of nursing

Alison Whittaker begins her one-woman show provocatively, telling folks in the audience…

Technology gone wild in 'FWD: Life Gone Viral'

It’s best to think of “FWD: Life Gone Viral” as a festive…

Brian Copeland genuinely tackles a touchy subject

“How are you?” That’s the cheerful, empty question that Brian Copeland faces…