Playwright Sarah Kane killed herself at the age of 28 shortly after writing her fifth play, which offers a harrowing taste of what it’s like to live with, and die from, depression. Now two decades later, composer Philip Venables has turned 4.48 Psychosis into an opera, and the Royal Opera of London has brought it […]
Archives for January 7, 2019
[title of show] review. NextStop’s cast takes over Off-Broadway’s wickedly clever musical
Broadway obsessives who can rattle off titles like Shogun: The Musical, Smile and Ruthless with as much authority as The Music Man and Les Misérables will find a special place in their heart for the wickedly clever meta-musical [title of show].
Lottery opens today for As Far as My Fingertips Take Me – a Woolly one-on-one experience
Most theaters want big audiences, of course. But there are some subtle, intimate plays which are best performed before a small audience — a hundred or so. And some experimental pieces are designed for an audience of only twenty or less, and hang the economics of it. Woolly Mammoth is staging a play for an […]