The show marks the theater company’s first fully-staged, new production of its current season.
It’s quite the onstage wonder. The costuming is nothing short of amazing, and the adaptability of the set pieces, along with a seamless directorial style, make it all the more like an animated dream.
It’s frantic, and it’s thrilling theater. It’s also quite funny, and sometimes shockingly off-kilter.
Once on This Island is onstage at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville through Feb. 16.
It is staged on a beautiful and smartly designed boxing ring, and there’s a surprising set reveal for the sixth round that’s worth letting you discover for yourself.
The holidays are chaos. Be grateful for yours, however it works for you.
Christmas has come to Fayetteville. Whether you’re ready for it or not, it has arrived – and will be around for a while.
It’s breathtakingly funny, and a dose of pure theater escapism.
It’s a must-visit vacation destination if you love Jimmy Buffett or have a 30A sticker on your car window.
There’s a depth of reality at work that really pushes Native Gardens. For a show that is nominally about a garden, it was a far from peaceful affair.
The new TheatreSquared looks brilliant, and we’ll talk about it for some time to come.
It’s a big production, with big ideas and big topics. And that’s a reason it remains one of the biggest draws in musical theater.
The show is imaginative, bold and transporting, all of which are things we ask musical theater to be.
It’s an outrageous tale, one that stretches believability.
Life can be depressing and funny at all once, and that duality is the central idea of the show’s best number.