Rollicking, driving and at times as plaintive as a blues song sung against a starless night, Olney’s production of The Piano Lesson by August Wilson plays a melody of feelings you can’t get out of your mind.
Archives for May 20, 2014
The 2014-2015 Theater J season will feature new plays by Helen-Hayes-award winning playwrights Aaron Posner, Renee Calarco and Tanya Barfield along with the work from some of the most celebrated writers of this and the last century – Tony Kushner, Isaac Bashevis Singer and Charles Busch.
The great Northern Irish golf pro Rory McIlroy, who drove a golf ball forty yards at the age of two and thereafter slept with a golf club, fingers interlaced so that he could memorize the proper grip, had his marriage proposal to Danish tennis pro Carolyn Wozniacki interrupted when a loud drunk wandered on to […]
The first ladies of the New York stage have been having a rough time of it of late. They have been finding rich and meaty roles in plays that come close, but don’t make it to the finish line. They offer employment, and we are grateful to them for that, but for total fulfillment we’ve […]