This holiday season is a time of celebration. It celebrates the possibility of hope, it celebrates redemption, it celebrates generosity of spirit, it celebrates the triumph of light over darkness. For many in our area, there is a sadness and a poignancy to the season as well. It was two years ago this Christmas that […]
Review: Running on Glass, a tribute to female athletes
Running on Glass, now at Venus Theater, reminds us of the history of female athletes who burst through the metaphorical glass ceiling only to be forgotten throughout history. It’s actually a joy seeing the mostly unknown names of women athletes listed and walk out with a better idea of their lives and struggles at the […]
The Ravens, a provocative look at victims’ choices (review)
The Ravens brings a whole new perspective to defining art. What’s Shakespeare’s text doing on the lips of a strip tease performer while she sliding down the pole in shimmery stilettos? Well, why not?
Astronomy and witches . Aglaonike’s Tiger at Venus Theater (review)
Perfectly timed since the region is still enthralled from the excitement of the near total solar eclipse, Aglaonike’s Tiger is a stylistic rendering of one of the earliest female astronomers who predicted lunar eclipses. The young scientist, accompanied by her beloved tiger is determined to understand and predict the movement of the heavenly bodies. The […]
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