You already know what kind of time you’ll have at Toby Dinner Theatre’s Peter Pan. If the show’s of-its-era difficulties portraying Native Americans would bother you, this production will do nothing to address that. Otherwise, if you are a fan of the classic tale of the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, you’ll not be disappointed.
Archives for April 19, 2016
On 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s demise, companies break out the death scenes
In one way, Hamilton Clancy has outlived William Shakespeare, who died 400 years ago this week at the age of 52. Clancy is older than that. But Clancy has also died many times, and it’s all thanks to the Bard. “My very first death was easy: Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet,” says Clancy. “I died […]
Looking for Roberto Clemente at Imagination Stage (review)
Looking for Roberto Clemente, a remounted musical from Imagination Stage, mixes pushed nostalgia and classic sports formulae to bridge generations and make an adorable musical.
In one week, Hamilton wins 2016 Pulitzer Prize and releases best-seller libretto
Few could have been surprised that the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in Drama (and $10,000) was awarded to Lin-Manuel Miranda for the musical Hamilton, who after all has already won an astonishing pile-up of awards and prize money — the George Washington Book Prize ($50,000), the Kennedy Award for Drama Inspired by American History ($100,000), […]