Frank Langella’s performance is spell-weaving In late 1963, Terrence Rattigan’s play Man and Boy opened on Broadway with a cast headed by film star Charles Boyer, where it limped along for 54 performances. It followed the London run, which was also brief.
Archives for October 10, 2011
There is magic afoot in Ellicott City, specifically at the Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park (PFI for short), often referred to simply as “The Ruins.” PFI, which once housed a girls’ boarding school, sits atop the highest hill in Ellicott City.
What Constellation Theatre Company giveth, Center Stage taketh away. Comedies of manners and farce usually send this critic screaming into the night and searching for a bar that serves cocktails in birdbath-sized glasses, but Constellation’s delightful production of A Flea in Her Ear made me soften my stance on these theatrical genres. That, however, proved […]