If you’ve ever taken a film history class or are just a movie buff, chances are you’ve seen the 1920 notorious German silent suspense film, The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari. “It’s not only an important piece for development of European avant-garde, but it’s one of the first movies,” says Matt Reckeweg, co-artistic director of Pointless Theatre. […]
Archives for March 10, 2015
Pretending becomes a pretext for change in Annie Baker’s subtly engrossing Circle Mirror Transformation, which unfolds with verite veracity at Rep Stage under the direction of Suzanne Beal. The ensemble is so good at portraying a miscellaneous crew of small-town Vermonters enrolled in a summer creative drama class you often feel as though you are […]
In this “If you see something, say something” era, what if what you saw didn’t happen, except in your mind? Bigger Than You, Bigger Than Me explores what could be happening around the corner, down the street, even next door to your safe, cozy apartment.