The Father, by August Strindberg, is high stakes theater. Unfortunately, in this production the tension and drama do not make it past the footlights.Read More
Author: Sarah Downs
Donald Trump as President – madness, indeed! The world is upside down. Life is Theater of the Absurd. Irony is a glut on the market. Will Durst is here to lift our spirits with intelligent humor for 85 minutes of fun and food for thought.Read More
Inner Voices suffers from an embarrassment of riches — in a really good way. Bursting with Tony winners and Broadway veterans, this is a series of musicals that demonstrate what a musical can and should be. Each unique story is linked thematically to the other in its exploration of loneliness and isolation, in compelling performances that range from delicate to dangerous.Read More
From the first bars of Ordinary Days, you know you have walked squarely into the happy world of musical theater. Engaging and unpretentious, the music by Adam Gwon, and performers are right in the pocket. The show has got a lot going for it, in its innovative set design and realistic, very human storytelling. However, while the music is consistent and comfortable, it is not very memorable.Read More
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