Nothing’s cozy like the cosmos. One would think that such a never-ending freezing expanse would snuff out the flames of life, but more often than not it brings us closer together, huddled in our smallness. Surrounded by light-years of darkness and ice, we rely on the inches between us that touch.
Archives for February 10, 2011
Morning, noon, and night, gigantic waves from the windswept Atlantic crash against the craggy cliffs of three forlorn rocky outcrops at the mouth of Galway Bay. These are Ireland’s legendary Aran Islands, the setting for Martin McDonagh’s Cripple of Inishmaan, now playing at the Kennedy Center’s Eisenhower Theater. A co-production of Galway’s renowned theater, Druid, […]
By now we hope all fans of the work of Kenneth Tynan have made plans to catch Philip Goodwin’s solo performance in Tynan, about to close this weekend at Studio Theatre. While most of the critics revealed themselves to be longtime admirers of Kenneth Tynan’s theatre criticism – hard not to be – and found […]