Review by Tulis McCall This is a play that will stay with you. in American Son Christopher...Read More
Author: Tulis McCall
“You must never blame the actors,” John Randolph told me more than once. When I whispered this to the woman sitting next to me at the conclusion of Thunderbodies, she replied, “Oh no at all. I loved the actors. And the set.”
This pretty much says it all.Read More
We are excited to share with you the launching of Directors Lab Mediterranean July 15-24 2019 at...Read More
Entering the Golden Theatre to see “The Waverly Gallery”, with Elaine May, I could not help but be reminded that a few months ago I was in that same theatre to see “Three Tall Women” featuring another octogenarian, Glenda Jackson. The comparison is not without merit, although the two characters these fine actors portray are light years apart. One is laser sharp chronicler of life and the other is, well, falling to pieces as we watch. And, although it is a sad slide, watching Ms. May navigate the splotchy fading verbal path down which her Gladys Green is careening is a thing of rare and exquisite beauty.Read More
This is a comedy in so many ways, and Radcliffe in particular is up to the task with Cannavale not far behind. In addition there are a few intimate scenes that let us in on the closets these characters keep stocked with secrets and intrigue. These could be caricatures, but the authors avoid that trap. The veneers are peeled away until these three are left with only belief and the willingness to defend theirs.Read More
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