REVIEW: TheatreSquared Brings Down the House

The play is masterfully constructed, jumping, indeed, from scenes of Eliza Poe dying, reciting Macbeth, to Edgar on the steamer headed for Baltimore during his last days, to a young architect of our day, caught in a mysterious obsession with Poe and his work.

REVIEW: Reaching for the Heights

If you are a musical fan, “In the Heights” is a must-see, an already firmly established facet in the ever-evolving revival of the form. I’d say this is a pretty good performance of an excellent show.

Boeing-Boeing is outta sight

TheatreSquared’s sixth season takes off with Marc Camoletti’s Boeing-Boeing, a jet-packed tour-de-farce that soars to ridiculous heights. With this purely high-altitude cast, chances are good you’ll be struggling to catch your breath.

Don’t Mis Out!

Northwest Arkansas audiences are sometimes too generous with their standing ovations, but last night was one time when I wanted nothing more than to stand and applaud.

An Evening with David Sedaris

A slight man in his mid-fifties, Sedaris stood unassumingly behind the podium next to a spray of gay flowers, delivering his material with the timing of a stand-up comedian and the intimacy of a coffee shop reading.

Melchior and Wendla

Spring Awakening Stirs

Stop reading this review. Go to the Walton Arts Center website and get your ticket for this show. It might very well be the best musical this community has ever seen.