Julius Caesar By William Shakespeare Produced by the Shakespeare Theatre Company Directed by David Muse Reviewed by Tim Treanor Shakespeare Theatre’s sturdy and handsomely-mounted Julius Caesar leaves things… unresolved. Are we helpless pawns to a hapless fate, as Director Muse works hard to imply by his staging? Or can a clever politician, such as the […]
Archives for May 8, 2008
Mad Breed By Jacqueline E. Lawton Directed by Juanita Rockwell Produced by Active Cultures Theatre Reviewed by Janice Cane Mad Breed reminded me of the last time I greeted news of a brand-new play with a good deal of skepticism. I didn’t think one of my favorite books, a rich tapestry of complex characters and […]
By Joel Markowitz May 8th — Glory Days opened on Tuesday, May 6th. The New York critics unanimously hated it and closing notices were posted on May 7th, making it the first Broadway musical in 23 years to close after opening night.