The short answer to the question: how many shows are canceled due to coronavirus concerns is “Most of Them.” You’re stocked up, right – toilet paper, soaps and munchies, GrubHub on speed dial. But before you hunker down for the next few weeks, there’s still time to catch one last weekend of live theatre around […]
Archives for March 13, 2020
Review: Celia and Fidel at Arena Stage. Castro and the seduction of power
There are moments in this mesmerizing production of Celia and Fidel during which the entire audience holds its collective breath. We watch as a battle is being fought and a choice is being made. What choice will best move forward the cause of the Cuba’s socialist revolution? What choice will amount to capitulation to the […]
L M Feldman’s Thrive wins ASC’s Shakespeare’s New Contemporaries competition; 2021 submission guidelines announced
If the present ceaselessly calls out to the past in life — and it does — it also does so in art. So, for example, we have many iterations of Jane Austen’s novels cast in the present day, including the movie “Clueless” and, a little more fancifully, “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.” There have been […]
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