There is a clever idea behind The Matty Matthews Foundation. But as Mies van der Rohe said, God is in the details, and playwright John McGrath and his cast will need a couple of come-to-Jesus meetings before this play is all that it can or should be.
In Medea’s Got Some Issues – written by Emilio Williams and produced by No Rules Theatre Company – Lisa Hodsoll takes on seven roles in an acting tour de force that combines humor, hysteria, and catharsis to tell the Medea tragedy like you’ve never seen it before.
My notes from opening night: “Funny lime slicing.” “Pretty awkward. Is it supposed to be this way?” “Why do gay men like country music?” “Okay, they are officially screwing with us.”