Theater

Sylvia Gets Audiences to Roll Over -- in the Aisles with Laughter!
October 22, 2018 No Commentby

Sylvia Gets Audiences to Roll Over — in the Aisles with Laughter!

AR Gurney’s play, Sylvia, has been around for just about as long as I’ve been a self-proclaimed theater geek. And ...

The Familiar Level Meets The Fantastic Level – A Night With Gamm's Iguana
October 20, 2018 No Commentby

The Familiar Level Meets The Fantastic Level – A Night With Gamm’s Iguana

  A touch of the familiar is always welcome, especially when an institution like The Gamm opens its doors in ...

Struggle at Home: Watch on the Rhine explores conflicting political leanings within one household
October 17, 2018 No Commentby

Struggle at Home: Watch on the Rhine explores conflicting political leanings within one household

Watch on the Rhine, written in 1941 by Lillian Hellman (and winner of the New York Drama Critic’ Circle Award ...

Barker Delivers Shocks, Laughter and ... Murder
October 14, 2018 No Commentby

Barker Delivers Shocks, Laughter and … Murder

Ira Levin’s Deathtrap boasts the title of longest running comedy-thriller on Broadway. Granted, there are only a handful of works ...

WomensWork Is Off to a Solid Start with a Sold-Out Limited Run of My Left Breast
October 12, 2018 No Commentby

WomensWork Is Off to a Solid Start with a Sold-Out Limited Run of My Left Breast

  Led by founder and creative director Lynne Collinson, the new women-forward theaterecollaborative WomensWork is off to a strong start ...

Zora Neale Hurston's
October 10, 2018 No Commentby

Zora Neale Hurston’s “Sweat” and “The Gilded Six Bits” on Stage at Mixed Magic

Mixed Magic Theatre takes on a substantial challenge in dramatizing the two most well-known short stories by Zora Neale Hurston, ...

Motherfucker! Epic explores recovery in their season of Conviction
October 10, 2018 No Commentby

Motherfucker! Epic explores recovery in their season of Conviction

Epic Theatre continues its season, themed “Conviction,” by tackling one of the ultimate tests of conviction. Stephen Alby Guirgis’s 2011 ...

Universally Acknowledged: Trinity's multilayered Pride & Prejudice is thought-provoking and delightful
October 10, 2018 No Commentby

Universally Acknowledged: Trinity’s multilayered Pride & Prejudice is thought-provoking and delightful

One day in high school, I sat in an assembly where some earnest actors tried to show us how “edgy” ...

An Interview with Trinity Rep's Conversationalist-in-Residence, Christina Bevilacqua
October 10, 2018 No Commentby

An Interview with Trinity Rep’s Conversationalist-in-Residence, Christina Bevilacqua

I had the recent opportunity to speak with Trinity Rep’s conversationalist-in-residence, Christina Bevilacqua. Our conversation follows: Alison O’Donnell: What does a ...

CTC's The Father Creates Community Around a Harrowing Disease
September 26, 2018 No Commentby

CTC’s The Father Creates Community Around a Harrowing Disease

My heart soars when I see a show that feels important. Word of mouth is the best marketing any show ...