Crafty schemes: Druid’s production brings out all the gallows humour of Shakespeare’s play.
Agonising testimonies: Deirdre Kinahan’s new play is a densely plotted exploration of assault and speaking out.
Unafraid and magnificently surreal: Elevator Repair Service reimagines Albee’s classic, as part of Dublin Theatre Festival.
Phallocentricity gets a beating in Gina Moxley’s interrogation of psychotherapy, and a betrayed female patient.
Chris McCormack reviews Annie Ryan’s topical adaptation of Arthur Miller’s American-West novella The Misfits
Let the doors be locked: Rosemary Waugh reviews Yaël Farber’s Hamlet, starring Ruth Negga.
An unsatisfying haunting: Liz Roche’s site-specific dance piece summons the literary ghosts of Dublin’s Merrion Square
Chris McCormack reviews Xnthony’s musical memoir, as part of the Dublin Fringe 2018.
‘Be kind. Be wise’: Chris McCormack reviews a spoken word performance as part of the Dublin Fringe.
‘Smart comedy’: Chris McCormack reviews a play about the historic treatment of metal health conditions.
Nerve-shredding: Chris McCormack reviews a solo performance by Olwen Fouéré, as part of the Dublin Fringe.
From “Shock” to “Acceptance”: Chris McCormack reviews a Dublin Fringe show about the end of everything.
Stories are forbidden, but artistry has flourished elsewhere: Chris McCormack reviews a ‘wonderful’ children’s show at the Dublin Fringe.
A study in dominance: Chris McCormack reviews the stage adaptation of Edith Wharton’s short story.
Abandonment and despair: Chris McCormack reviews a new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s gothic masterpiece.