From the Mid-Atlantic States to the Pacific Northwest, theatergoers can enter into a world of drama even before the play begins if they attend their theater in structures designed by Vancouver architect Bing Thom. His work is always atmospheric, and, at its best, it is exquisite.
Archives for November 1, 2011
Nigel Reed oozes charisma and charm as the boozing, talented John Barrymore in a multi-faceted portrayal of the past-his-prime but still in-your-face actor, struggling to retain footing in an evolving theatrical world.
In 1974, A.R.Gurney’s Children was produced by Lynne Meadow at the Manhattan Theatre Club. It was Gurney’s first full length play and it arrived on our shores following a successful London run at the Mermaid Theatre which starred Constance Cummings. Here, its four person cast included Nancy Marchand, Swoozie Kurtz, Holland Taylor and Dennis Howard; under […]
Walls, obstructions and the various ways they can be defiled are the subjects of We Fight We Die, a new play presented from Junesong Arts that dives into the moral dilemmas of those who make the city their canvas. The play finds a stand on which to hang its loud, mythic and often garbled emotions […]