Shotgun Players

Over-the-top teen angst in Shotgun Players’ ‘Dry Land’

Unwanted pregnancy, confused sexuality, the yearning for a sense of belonging and…

 

‘Iron Shoes’ a magical, modern fairy tale

Shotgun Players’ latest world premiere “Iron Shoes,” a multidisciplinary fairytale for modern…

 

Winter 2018 Arts Preview: Theater

The theater season serves up major tours, offbeat experiments, musicals, comedy and…

 

Shotgun takes on computers, love in ‘Watson Intelligence’

“I’m going to make you irresistibly sexy,” the brooding and troubled Eliza…

Shotgun Players’ ‘Events’ a story of immediacy

Claire, a priest and community choir leader, believes she has lost her…

Fast-paced ‘Nora’ updates Ibsen for 21st century

First produced in 1879, Swedish dramatist Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” --…

Shotgun Players’ ‘Caught’ dazzlingly ponders nature of truth

There are very few things you can take at face value in…

Science, romance mix in ‘Heart Shaped Nebula’

Marisela Treviño Orta’s at times captivating, at times perplexing, drama “Heart Shaped…

Shotgun Players stage slick ‘Antigonick’

There’s almost nothing that isn’t interesting, at times fascinating, about Shotgun Players’…

Shotgun Players’ ‘Harry Thaw’ hits high notes

Despite the title, wealthy New Yorker Harry Thaw did not necessarily hate…

Shotgun Players stage tough, poignant ‘Electric Ballroom’

"We will always be alone," middle sister Breda (an anguished, and at…

Shotgun Players shine with Stoppard

Almost everything imaginable happens in the 15-year span that British playwright Tom…

'By and By' adds clones to offbeat coming-of-age story

"I'm cloned and I'm Canadian?" appalled 18-year-old Denise asks early on in…

‘Shipwreck’ won’t leave audience stranded

If you haven’t seen “Voyage,” the first of Tom Stoppard’s trilogy titled…

Ongoing allure of Sondheim’s ‘Assassins’

They all had their reasons. Charles Guiteau wanted to be ambassador to…