Manicures and Monuments, the latest offering from Journeymen Theater, has some very funny passages but it is not simply a comedy. It is, instead, that rarest of things – a play for grownups, composed of the small epiphanies and simple pleasures that ordinary people have to comfort them against the relentless buffeting of life.
Archives for April 24, 2006
An Interview with Charles Marowitz – Director and Playwright of Silent Partners
Silent Partners is a play which examines the relationship between radical playwright Bertolt Brecht and his English-language translator, Eric Bentley. In a profound and compelling way, it measures the moral price people are willing to pay for greatness, or for closeness to it. DCtheatrereviews.com, in its first podcast ever, interviews Charles Marowitz, the playwright […]