Review: Curran’s white-hot ‘Jungle’ forces us to look within our souls

“You have to understand, that no one puts their children in a boat unless the water is safer than the land.” – Warsan Shire It is a haunting, brutal image. Blue … Continue reading Review: Curran’s white-hot ‘Jungle’ forces us to look within our souls

Review: ‘Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce’ at the Curran is delicious

There is an awful lot happening in a Taylor Mac show. By Mac’s sustainability standards, the wonderfully poignant and joyous two-plus hour piece “Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce” is obviously not … Continue reading Review: ‘Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce’ at the Curran is delicious

‘Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce’ at the Curran features a ‘Ray’ of musical light

For the past 10 years, Matt Ray has had a front row seat to a genius performer in the literal sense. And in an example of incredible staying power, one … Continue reading ‘Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce’ at the Curran features a ‘Ray’ of musical light

Review: Cusack shines in folksy, uneven ‘Bright Star’

There is special providence when it comes to falling in love. Of the many solid things that The Curran’s uneven production of “Bright Star” does, capturing those anxious moments of … Continue reading Review: Cusack shines in folksy, uneven ‘Bright Star’