By Tulis McCall Marilyn Maye begins her act before she steps on the stage. Every time. She...Read More
Do not expect a tale of marine life from Conor McPherson’s The Seafarer. The only thing the characters in this play are swimming in is alcohol. Oceans of it. Mixed with self-loathing, shame, regret and despair. It wouldn’t seem to be a fertile field for comedy, but The Seafarer delivers plenty of lighter moments and has been called McPherson’s funniest play.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
On the night I saw this show there was a collective intake of breath as the show faded to black. The only reason we did not stand and cheer these performers was that we could barely move at all. So completely had Mlima’s Tale captured us that we forgot where we were. Mlima’s Tale is a play not to be missed.Read More
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