A mixture of humor, nostalgia, and some teary-eyed ballads, the show will have you feeling that every day can be a holiday.
The delightful ending put a smile on everyone’s face.
Featuring a melodious score and rib-tickling dialogue, this classic musical explodes with high energy.
The play’s off-off-Broadway roots are evident in the deliberately dorky dialogue, physical comedy, and over-the-top characters.
The production passes on the absurdity and orders optimism instead.
The musical may have a weak plot but this production is excellent.
Spot-on dance choreography and compelling vocals keep the musical moving at a breakneck pace.
Veteran director's first VTC show in 25 years runs through November 6.
The actors keep the stakes and tension rising. The play has laughs and plenty to think about.
A family-friendly show with plenty of chuckles for older audience members.
This mood-setting show is perfectly timed for Halloween.
The well-structured murder mystery delivers an intriguing night out.
The show is fast-paced and full of catchy rock n’ roll.
This Peter Pan origin story is rich in antic humor and theatrical invention, and the cast is easy to embrace.
Whether for first-time viewers or longtime Sondheim fans, the singing here is not to be missed.
The season-opener satire by David Mamet is not far removed from the political climate of today.
If you enjoy using your mind, this play is for you.
The new production will have you laughing while thinking of doom.
Ossie Davis' melodrama set on a plantation is a memorable night of theater.