Is it enough praise to simply say that shades of Churchill and Ruhl permeate Truth & Beauty Bombs: A Softer World, Rorschach Theatre’s brilliant new play running at Atlas Theatre? No? Then read on, for the kaleidoscopic collage of interconnected stories manages to find reality in the surreal, and uses the poetry of language to […]
Archives for September 16, 2015
Chimerica at Studio Theatre (review)
It’s hard to open your laptop these days without stumbling across a news item about China. Naval maneuvers. Cyber warfare. Millions of manufacturing jobs relocated. And if that’s not enough to convince you there’s a lot on the line, the Treasury Department’s reports that there are about 1.271 trillion reasons to pay attention to what’s […]
Broadway producer Ken Davenport’s tips for cheap NYC tix
While many Broadway producers play hard to find, that’s not Ken Davenport’s style. Through his website The Producer’s Perspective, he trumpets advice and interviews for would-be producers with an occasional assist for the rest of us such as this recent post: Davenport’s tips for NYC ticket deals. ———————- There are cheap ways to see Broadway […]
UpClose: Marilyn Ansevin Austin, Women’s Voices Theater Festival
Marilyn Ansevin Austin’s new play, The Point, is being given its debut by Arturus Theater Company on September 24, 2015.
UpClose: Suzan Zeder, Women’s Voices Theater Festival
Suzan Zeder is one of the leading playwrights for young and family audiences in the United States. Her new play, When She Had Wings, opens at Imagination Stage September 30, 2015.
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