Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit is one of those canonic icons that most theater-literate folks are familiar with but probably haven’t seen. When intellectuals of Sartre’s type attempt to market their philosophical arguments in the form of drama, it usually does not yield well. But even after 70-plus years, No Exit remains a fascinating and provocative […]
Archives for November 7, 2015
It was a Dark and Stormy Night. (insert sound of typewriter keys clacking here). Actually, the evening I saw Happenstance Theater’s Cabaret Noir in Baltimore, we had springlike temperatures and only a light drizzle. But it seems only fair to change the weather to suit the dark 1940s film noir atmosphere the company provided.