Fefu and Her Friends - Theatre Review
Posted By Annette Semerdjian
By Annette Semerdjian "Theatre is life! Life is theatre," exclaims Caro Zeller who plays Emma in the internationally cast Fefu and Her Friends. Emma is just one of the characters that comes from all walks of life and further adds to the theatrics of ...
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The Awful Grace of God - Theatre Review
Posted By Rachel Flanagan
By Rachel Flanagan Seasoned actor Michael Harney, widely known as Inmate Counselor Sam Healy in the Netflix original Orange Is the New Black, brings to the stage an evening of six one-act plays in The Awful Grace of God. Harney reunites with Director ...
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Lord of the Underworld's Home for Unwed Mothers - Theatre Review
Posted By Annette Semerdjian
By Annette Semerdjian Lord of the Underworld's Home for Unwed Mothers is not only a great name for a metal band but also the title of Skylight Theatre's new play. Written by Louisa Hill, the story spans from the 60s to the 90s beginning with Dee who ...
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Rabbit Hole - Theatre Review
Posted By Rachel Flanagan
By Rachel Flanagan Rabbit Hole, directed by Eric Hunicutt, is David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer-Prize winning play that tells a tale of a family struck by the emotional whirlwind of a tragedy. As they struggle to regain their footing, the world around ...
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Lone Star - Theatre Review
Posted By Bill Garry
By Bill Garry I've seen Lone Star a number of times in both professional and student productions. The story of a battle-scarred Viet Nam vet, Roy, and his submissive brother, Ray, is set in the junk-strewn yard behind a bar in Maynard, Texas in 1981. ...
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Woody's Order! - Theatre Review
Posted By Joshua Kahn
by Joshua Kahn An overly-long montage of fascinating home videos from the 1950s introduces us to the Talman clan. Even though we don't yet know their names, a couple things stick out immediately: first is the serene, peaceful nature of that ...
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Elevator - Theatre Review
Posted By Joan Alperin
by Joan Alperin Written and directed by Michael Leoni, Elevator is one of the most original and entertaining plays I've seen recently. I knew I was in for something special the moment I walked into the Coast Playhouse. The play had a first, year-long ...
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An American in Paris - Theatre Review
Posted By Jen Brown
by Jen Brown Inspired by the 1951 Academy Award winning film of the same name, An American in Paris opened at the Palace Theatre on Broadway in April 2015 and closed over a year and a half later. The current national tour opened in the autumn of 2016 ...
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The Snow Geese - Theatre Review
Posted By Joshua Kahn
by Joshua Kahn These days, it's not too surprising that theatre companies everywhere are champing at the bit to present politically relevant works, and the Independent Shakespeare Company is no exception. But here they've taken the action to the ...
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Malicious Bunny - Theatre Review
Posted By Rachel Flanagan
by Rachel Flanagan Could you ever love someone so much that you would kill for them? That is what Jonathan Wicks must ask himself when his wife Angela proposes he commits a double homicide in the world premiere of the Bryan Fox directed Malicious ...
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Finding Neverland - Theatre Review
Posted By Rachel Flanagan
by Rachel Flanagan Most people know the story of Peter Pan, the Lost Boys, Tinkerbell and their adventures fighting pirates and the treacherous Captain Hook. Just as extraordinary as pixie dust is how J.M. Barrie came to create Peter Pan or The Boy ...
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Transition - Theatre Review
Posted By Joshua Kahn
by Joshua Kahn By the 2020 election there will surely be many plays, films, concept albums and all manner of artistic rebuke of Donald Trump's term in office. Ray Richmond, making his playwriting debut with the new comedy Transition, is boldly ...
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Die, Mommie, Die! - Theatre Review
Posted By Bill Garry
by Bill Garry Charles Busch's Die, Mommie, Die! , which premiered in LA in 1999, returns in a riotous new production at the Celebration Theatre. The show is a grand old party (in more ways than one) in the tradition of "Grande Dame Guignol" - campy, ...
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Married People - Theatre Review
Posted By Joan Alperin
by Joan Alperin Every so often you go the theatre and get pleasantly surprised by what you are seeing on stage. That's exactly what happened to me when I attended the opening of a brand-new play at Zephyr Theatre. Married People: A Comedy is an ...
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Liana and Ben - Theatre Review
Posted By Rachel Flanagan
by Rachel Flanagan Circle X Theatre Co's world premiere of Liana and Ben, written by Susan Rubin and directed by Mark Bringleson at the Atwater Village Theatre tells creates a retelling of Faust. In simple terms, Faust is a man who becomes bored with ...
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