While this year features much the same cast and set as last year, critics seem happier with this year’s production.
Critics enjoyed the music, but found the storyline uneven.
Critics enjoyed this show, with only minor complaints. Because, really, who wants to risk being called a ‘grinch’ so close to the holidays?
A play about the development of the vibrator has theater critics everywhere incorporating the word ‘buzz’ into their reviews. Puns aside, critics agree this is a show with merit.
As Minnesotans prepare to vote on the Marriage Amendment, Theater Latte Da presents a show that questions whether marriage is really that great in the first place.
Critics found moments thrilling, but say the show as a whole was uneven.
Critics are split in their reviews of this show, with some calling it ‘beautiful,’ ‘taut drama,’ and others finding it ‘indifferent to its audience’ and barely flickering with life.
Critics find this ghost story subtle, powerful, and chilling.
Critics’ reviews range from ‘breath-takingly ambitious’ and ‘intellectually stimulating’ to ‘lifeless’ and ‘meandering’.
Critics find this production of Shakespeare’s play luminescent, passionate, dynamic, accessible and exciting.