Archives for November 15, 2016

Thief and nun on the run in Little Thing, Big Thing (review)

You can almost feel the Fringe/touring roots of Little Thing, Big Thing from the mixture of story-telling with theatre, the acting challenges given the small cast, the clever blending of genres, and the ambitious themes.  Irish playwright Donal O’Kelly has written an unusually dexterous work full of comedy and surprises that receives a smashing Solas Nua.

Chambers of the Heart, a Word Dance collaboration on love (review)

After this past election week of turmoil, anger, backlash, and fear, Word Dance Theatre’s Chambers of the Heart offered a much needed escape into an immersive reality full of breath and love.

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