Just how funny can 5 nuns be? Theatre critic John Porter lets us know with his review of Nunsense.
Articles by John Porter
As the holidays approach, our theaters become crowded with seasonal productions. John Porter takes a look at "Comfort and Joy."
The war is over and all the boys are coming home. The gospel singing Sanders family is together again. Theatre critic John Porter takes a look at Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming.
Barksdale Willow Lawn has opened its new season. Theatre Critic John Porter drops by.
Swift Creek Mill Playhouse kicks off its new season with The Foreigner. Theatre critic John Porter was on hand to share his thoughts.
Theatre Critic John Porter shares his thoughts on the "Beebo Brinker Chronicles."
The new theater season kicks off with "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Critic John Porter shares his thoughts.
With the Acts of Faith festival in full swing, theatre critic John Porter checks out The Fiddler's House.
Theatre critic John Porter visits Williamsburg for his take on "As You Like It."
It used to be that the entire town would close up once the summer hit. There was little to do except pack up and head out of town. Now there are several theatre companies who are taking the ultimate risk and putting on challenging and entertaining productions, offering a great opportunity for those of us who stay in town. The Firehouse Theatre Project has chosen Jonathan Larson’s RENT as its summer production, and theatre critic John Porter gives his take on the show.