Pizzarelli’s musicianship is unquestionable, and in this show, so is his respect and admiration for Nat King Cole and his songbook.Read More
Author: Constance Rodgers
All Roads Lead to the Kurski Station could serve as a cautionary tale about alcohol abuse and is at its best when it plays with Vienya’s, and Russia’s, impressive alcohol use. Everything that happens to Vienya is in his mind, sometimes during the process of getting wasted, sometimes while passed out, sometimes hungover. There is nothing delusional or pretty about Vienya’s hallucinationsRead More
There are 16 musical numbers in the play and they are the best element of A Letter To Harvey Milk – The Musical. When, as in several songs, the lyrics contain a wealth of Yiddish, the show is at it’s most entertaining.Read More
“Black Light” created by Daniel Alexander Jones and performed by his alter ego, Jomama Jones, is part memoir, part coming-to-church revival meeting and part political essay. It is all intimate, cabaret, performance art. Jomama asks us many questions and like any good philosopher only implies answers.Read More
In 2001 Edward Albee wrote the drawing room one act play, Homelife, as an opening to, The Zoo Story, his 1958 brutal one act classic. Seeing The Zoo Story on it’s own you wonder why does Peter, an upper middle class publisher, husband and father stay in the park and interact with Jerry, a disenfranchised, loner and boarding house occupant. Homelife supplies the answer.Read More
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