PERFECT NONSENSE now playing at Hartford Stage Company is written by brothers David and Robert Goodale and is based on P. G. Wodehouse’s 1938 novel The Code of the Woosters. This is information to which I was not privy for two reasons before I saw the show: (1) When I review a show, I like to go in as blind as a mouse guarding his tail from the carving knife and (2) it did not occur to me that I might need to be a full-on fan of Wodehouse to have any appreciation at all for this story.Read More
Author: Margret Echeverria
There is no diva personality necessary with Vega. This is not Beyonce. This is a whole other kind of enthusiasm and charisma.Read More
John is the flawed “good guy.” The guy you never thought you could count on who shows up when you need someone to keep you sane and he surprises you with useful wisdom. Coiner is – yeah, I’m gonna say it – sublime. Gould must have said, Run with it, Kid; and he absolutely did.Read More
…. it’s cute, silly and full of mischief.Read More
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