BEGINNING AGAIN Alleyway Theatre
Death and families.
That’s an endless source of material in theater, but it’s also an endless source of problems in life.
Dad dies, Mom dies, a child dies.
Feb 19, 2018, 19:20
SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE MusicalFare/Daemen College
Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller wrote songs at the nexus of White American music and “race” music.
Feb 14, 2018, 13:13
ROSE Jewish Repertory Theatre/ The Maxine & Robert Seller Theatre
Rose Rose has plumbed the heights and depths of the 20th Century.
Feb 7, 2018, 12:54
WAY BACK WHEN The New Phoenix Theatre Company
Feb 3, 2018, 14:58
THE CONSTANT WIFE Irish Classical Theatre Company
Marriages and relationships are strange and funny, each needing a different kind of handling on both sides.
Feb 2, 2018, 14:49
THE NETHER Road Less Traveled Productions/RLTP Theatre
Each year, the osmotic barrier between the real world and the virtual world erodes a few more atoms and we get closer to merging the two.
Jan 28, 2018, 11:29
MAMMA MIA! Kavinoky Theatre
It’s no secret the Swedish group wasn’t popular with everyone, although “Dancing Queen” was popular and remains so.
Jan 9, 2018, 17:45
MIDDLETOWN Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre/Shaw Festival
The 1929 study “Middletown” is a sociological look at an unnamed community grappling with the social change of the early 20th Century.
Aug 14, 2017, 12:08
DRACULA Festival Theatre/Shaw Festival
“Dracula” is a wonderful show but the Shaw Festival production occasionally makes you want to be bitten just so it’s over.
Aug 14, 2017, 12:01
THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL Avon Theatre/Stratford Festival
Sometimes you get lucky.
When Stratford impresario Antoni Cimolino scheduled Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s Restoration comedy “The School for Scandal,” he probably figured it was time for classic comedy.
Aug 14, 2017, 11:53
AN OCTOROON Royal George Theatre/Shaw Festival
The best part of the Shaw Festival’s “An Octoroon” is the work of André Sills as the star and narrator of this melodramatic tale of the Old South in the last days of slavery.
Aug 4, 2017, 14:52
HMS PINAFORE Avon Theatre/Stratford Festival
In these current days where there are concerns about all kinds of issues, Gilbert and Sullivan’s “HMS Pinafore” may be one of the few shows which makes it onto stages without selective slashings.
Of course, a wonderful production on Stratford Festival’s Avon Theatre stage may also have something to do with it.
Jul 17, 2017, 12:59
ANDROCLES AND THE LION Court House Theatre/Shaw Festival
In his director’s notes for “Androcles and the Lion,” Tim Carroll describes George Bernard Shaw’s play as “A crazy mishmash.”
So, is Carroll’s production.
Jul 17, 2017, 12:52
DANCING AT LUGHNASA Royal George Theatre/Shaw Festival
Listen carefully to your family stories and compare them to your own memories of events.
Jul 7, 2017, 22:47
WILDE TALES Royal George Theatre/Shaw Festival
From his perch on the shadowy edge of patrician society, Oscar Wilde could see things as few others could.
Jul 5, 2017, 11:13