In a series for Parterre Box, David considers the records that helped shape his life.
University administrator and teacher by day, theater and arts critic by night.
Thrilling reinvention, or calcified shtick? Our critics disagree…
For a show set during the hardscrabble 1930s, few performances suggest downtroddedness.
It’s difficult to discuss Unknown Soldier without considering the impact of legacy.
Even in a concert performance, soprano Angel Blue’s radiance and warmth shine through.
Opening night had an extraordinary feeling of community. Isn’t that what theater should be about?
Playwright Douglas Williams’ ear for Millennial patois is superb… and his eye for character even better.
Beth Malone is the Molly Brown of our dreams, say Cameron and David.
Time heals almost everything, as Jerry Herman’s best score is stylishly resurrected.
This charmless, shrill Dolly did not have me at Hello!