The Glass Cage, Oklahoma! and Equus by Richard Seff The tiny Mint Theater, ensconced on the third floor of an office building in a 96 seat black box with stadium seating, should win all the prizes for impeccable productions of little known gems from the past. You have no idea how delicious can be the […]
Archives for September 30, 2008
The Lieutenant of Inishmore
The Lieutenant of Inishmore by Martin McDonagh directed by Jeremy Skidmore produced by Signature Theatre reviewed by Steven McKnight Halloween has arrived early at Signature, where Martin McDonagh’s The Lieutenant of Inishmore offers an abundance of gruesome fun. This witty mix of black comedy, farce, and satire receives a gleeful production that will delight anyone who […]
Host and Guest
Host and Guest by Roland L. Reed, from a poem by Vazha Pshavela produced by Synetic Theater directed by Paata Tsikurishvili reviewed by Tim Treanor In the shadow of the Russian invasion of Georgia, in the shadow of 9-11, in the shadow of all the miseries we do to each other in the name of tribalism, […]
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