Kate wants to tell us the story of the great Coney Island fire of 1911 — about the noble black lion … about the mermaid who saved the Shetland ponies … about the innocent baby elephant who loyally waited in vain for redemption. Kate is taken with the story but it is not her story. It was whispered in her ear by the man who wants to make it his film. She wants to whisper it in our ear.Read More
Author: Kathleen Campion
So, should you go to see First Love? There are a lot of ifs. If you see a lot of theater and you want to see something odd and edgy, this might do it for you. If you want a taste of downtown theater with a whiff of the bizarre, consider it. If you want a rollicking good time in the theater, maybe not. It is interesting but not satisfying.Read More
As much as a third of the audience left at the interval. That may be significant. That such leave-taking put them out the door into a driving rainstorm and a dearth of cabs on E. 4th St. suggests it was meaningful. I know I wanted to flee.Read More
The Metromaniacs relies on every theatrical conceit, thespian cliché, and theater convention. No, I could not quite smell the grease paint, but almost. So unless some of that appeals to you, don’t go. Otherwise, get a gang together and get over there. It’s a short run.Read More
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