So subtle, intricate, and well designed and performed are every detail and nuance of 36 Views that this is one of those rare productions that would reward more than a single viewing. Fascinating, from start to finish. Really.
Archive for October, 2013
In addition to sounding a cautionary note about contemporary demagoguery, the value of Parade in KAT’s production is that it takes what could simply be a history lesson and incarnates it in vivid, believable characters whose motivations and become clear to and can move an audience.
“You are only as sick as your secrets” — or so the saying goes. Applying that bit of ancient wisdom to the farce/drama now premiering at Signature Theatre, I would say that playwright Paul Downs Colaizzo’s characters are sick, sick, sick.
An interview with Hub Theatre Artistic Director Helen Pafumi and carried away on the crest of a wave Playwright David Yee.
Here are the openings, closings, and auditions for the week of October 28-November 3, 2013.
Its title notwithstanding, Charles Randolph-Wright’s new play, Love in Afghanistan, now playing at Arena Stage, has little in it of the conventional love story.
Learn about Molotov Theatre Group’s current production of William Mastrosimone’s Extremities, an intense psychological drama about the aftermath of an attempted rape when the intended victim turns the tables on her attacker.
We’d like to thank the Montgomery Playhouse, Vienna Theatre Company and The Lopez Summer Conservatory of Theatre for sponsoring ShowBizRadio this week. Montgomery Playhouse opens God’s Favorite next weekend, on Friday the 8th. Vienna Theatre Company closes the Steve Martin comedy Picasso at the Lapin Agile this weekend. The Lopez Summer Conservatory of Theatre is […]
In bringing Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet to view, Helen Hayes Award-winning director Aaron Posner puts his stamp on the plague on both houses showing us a world through a glass darkly.