LIGHT SHINING IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE Score 60%

LIGHT SHINING IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

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.

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A Brief History of Women Score 88%

A Brief History of Women

A Brief History of Women is the story of a man – and only the brilliant Alan Ayckbourn could get away with that.  A master wordsmith and plot crafter, Ayckbourn pulls us ito this 4 chapter story and weaves his magic well before we figure out exactly what he is up to.

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My Name Is Rachel Corrie Score 85%

My Name Is Rachel Corrie

Rachel Corrie’s words, drawn from her journals and emails and edited by Katherine Viner and Alan Rickman, are divine. Erin Cronican is wonderful as Rachel; funny, self effacing, observant, meticulous, flawed and confused. 

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The Gentleman Caller Score 82%

The Gentleman Caller

Opposites attract, especially when they’re plastered. So, when a flamboyant Tennessee Williams and a repressed William Inge guzzle a bottle of gin then follow it up with a bottle of whisky, the two men get awfully handsy, and obscenely footsy.

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Summer and Smoke Score 90%

Summer and Smoke

Jack Cummings III has brought Tennessee Williams’ brilliant writing to life, in a production that will leave you breathless with the heat of thwarted passion and dust of abandoned dreams.

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