Euripides’ The Bacchae by Matt MacNelly If there is only one thing the ancient Greeks taught us, it is that tragedy is universal. The stories told by Euripides and friends often involve Gods and mythical creatures, but in the end the tragedy stems from
Archives for July 19, 2008
Desire/Regret Reviewed by Carrie Klewin If the music of bodies in motion sounds appealing to you, then Desire/Regret may be a piece of curiosity. Inspired by A Streetcar Named Desire, the wordless performance is a dream-like montage of images and sounds.
Power House: The Super-Ozone-Friendly-Happy-Disco-Energy-Techno-Dance-Along Show Reviewed by Carrie Klewin Social experiment as theatre? With Power House, Bouncing Ball Theatrical Productions gives us a scientific experiment centered on dancing as a viable resource for energy. Is this the revolutionary new means of solving our energy crisis?
Prototype 373-G Reviewed by Anthony Sanford Jr. What does a spur of the moment engagement, a ring master in a mental hospital, a giant turtle, and pregnancy have in common? Prototype 373-G.
7 Sins Reviewed by Tim Treanor Now this is a monologue. Although there were only four sins (including calling that soupy Manhattan he was drinking a Martini), but who’s counting, James Judd’s high-speed, high-octane jet-ski through his amazing and ridiculous life
A View of the Harbor By Richard Dresser Directed by Charles Towers Produced by the Contemporary American Theater Festival Reviewed by Tim Treanor “The rich are different from you and me,” F. Scott Fitzgerald once told Ernest Hemingway. “Yes,” Hemingway growled back. “They have more money.”