Theater Reviews


Got to Get Back to the Garden…or Do We?

Some archetypes are powerful beyond our conscious mind’s ability to articulate the reason why. Such a one is Lilith, portrayed in medieval Jewish folklore and writings as Adam’s first wife ...

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The Past Is Always With Them

"Chekhov’s work, more than any other writer, adapts itself to the actor playing the role. Each production is unique because of that quality." more »

May 22, 2014 Theater Reviews

Love Is a Many-Splintered Thing

Ray also has enthusiastic words for his well-known collaborators: “Tim Hinck is doing an amazing job as music director and Lindsay Fussell’s choreography makes this musical sparkle.” more »

Apr 10, 2014 Theater Reviews

Kate, Petruchio and Louis Prima

“Taming of the Shrew” has run into political correctness objections during the last few decades, centered primarily on Kate’s final speech, in which she promises to “place her hand beneath her husband’s foot.” more »

Feb 27, 2014 Theater Reviews

Behind Eternally Closed Doors

He’s menacing, but funny…we have slightly exaggerated his look, but we are not putting any specific identifier on him. He looks like a bellboy with fuzzy hair.” more »

Feb 14, 2014 Theater Reviews

You Can’t Handle the Truth—Or Can You?

Well do I remember my two actors lying on the floor of my apartment staring at the ceiling and doing sense memory exercises designed to enhance the reality of their characterizations. more »

Nov 15, 2013 Theater Reviews

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