Archives for January 18, 2013

Boged (Traitor): An Enemy of the People

One could say Theater J’s current production is drama about a whistle blower trying to protect his community from a dangerous water supply. And it is. But, it seems to me Boged (Traitor): An Enemy of the People is very much about community.

Z! – Would Constellation do an old school Zorro? Of course not!

Zorro is back – dressed all in black, sword at the ready to defend the weak. But there’s a twist. “It’s a Zorro for today,” said Eleanor Holdridge. “This is a grown-up, darker version. We wanted this play to be for Zorro what “The Dark Knight” is to Batman.”

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

It was interesting to see William Inge’s Picnic and Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof on successive nights.  Both first arrived on Broadway in the mid-fifties, both received the Pulitzer Prize, were great hits on stage and later on film. Both have major female characters at the center, each with unsatisfied yearnings. Both […]

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