Ernest Hemingway’s Old Man and the Sea could work on stage as a Samuel Beckett play. The old man Santiago, alone in a boat on the open water, reeling in an impossible fish, despairing and reveling in the simple human condition of kill and eat. Good, dark, woe-is-man stuff, right?
“The applicant must have a bachelor’s degree and at least 2 years of relevant experience.” These are the words that the audience first encounters during In This Economy. Throughout the play, quick flashes of language that function as makeshift scene titles are displayed on a projector towards the back of the stage. Except when they […]
February 23, 2013 JUST IN Sexo, Pudor y Lagrimas . Celia Wren . Washington Post
January 12, 2015 “I don’t always agree with my fellow critics, but I still value what they have to say – it balances against my own views. …we’re the start of the critical conversation around the theatre, not the end.” Mark Shenton . The Stage (UK) Their Reviews is not being maintained at this time. […]