Archives for February 15, 2017

Tracy Letts’ Man from Nebraska Review

There are three great reasons to see the New York stage debut of Man From Nebraska, without even knowing what it’s about: Its author Tracy Letts (August: Osage County), its director David Cromer (Our Town), a cast that features Reed Birney (The Humans.)  These remain even when you learn it’s about a man’s mid-life crisis.

Robert Joy puts TV and film career on hold for role of a lifetime in King Charles III

“This role — and this play — lifts off the Earth. It flies in a certain way. It’s such a great role and a great play.” Robert Joy, who has had a remarkable career in theatre, film, and television, was talking to me about his title role in King Charles III.

Blues having its way with love. Blues in the Night at Creative Cauldron (review)

‘Tis the season to think about love, and whether you’ve got the “Dirty No-Gooder Blues,” are “Taking a Chance on Love” or you’re “Just a Lucky So-and-So” there’s a song that will speak to your heart in Creative Cauldron’s swinging production of Blues in Night.

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