Mamet wrote a hugely entertaining play, with plenty of suspense and jaw-dropping wit. Studio has mined this play for its insight, and you will leave it not only entertained but engaged and reflective as well.
Archives for May 13, 2010
Sometimes you have to shine the light of day into the dark crevices of our society to expose problems that we try to hide. With In the Goldfish Bowl, Venus Theatre focuses that light on four women on Death Row and exposes some of the injustices of the criminal justice system.
The multi-layered story sparkles with contemporary urban flair, tantalizing terms and expressions, and move ‘yo body rhythms in this beat-filled portrait of an artist as a young girl.
Round House Theatre’s Around the World in 80 Days is a capricious charmer, with director Nick Olcott distilling the right amount of Edwardian-era fancy into the production without glopping things up with preciousness.