A conversation with the Philly actor, now playing in Les Miserables Part of our series taking a look at theatre in Philadelphia By Joel Markowitz
Archives for July 15, 2008
— It is with great sadness that we announce that John MacDonald, longtime artistic director of Washington Stage Guild, died Sunday, July 6th from an accidental fall in his home in Mt. Ranier. It’s hard to fathom the depth of the loss for the actors and company members who knew him, and for us as […]
Fringe Scene Stealers Performers from Musicals and Concerts Who Really Stole the Show By Joel Markowitz This Fringe is all about the Music for me, so I’m throwing the spotlight on performers and musicians who were real standouts. Add your own favorites – musicals of not – in the Comments section. Let’s give them a hand!
West Side Story Book by Arthur Laurents Music by Leonard Bernstein Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Directed by and Choreographed by Mark Minnick Produced by Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Baltimore Reviewed by Ted Ying “You saw how they dance, like they have to get rid of something…too much energy,” says Anita in West Side Story. High […]
Eugenio Reviewed by Janice Cane It’s a tricky thing, having a theater festival in the middle of summer. If the weather is gorgeous, as it was for the opening weekend of Fringe, it may be hard to draw a crowd.
Through the Looking Glass Darcy Sabatino Theatre is not just about what happens on the stage it is also about the venue, the outside of the building, the way it smells, the sounds, and the audience. So it’s July. It’s hot.