It’s not difficult to make an audience weep. But artists have a responsibility to not overuse that power.
They came, saw, and conquered… and I hope they return soon.
This beguiling little musical is a show that could and can… and I sure as hell hope it does!
The popular Facebook game becomes a platform to share some of my favorite film memories.
Taking a Facebook game to the next level, I’m sharing some quirky but heartfelt choices.
Clare Barron’s Pulitzer finalist chronicles the hard road to maturity with a refreshing lack of condescension.
Once again, the audacious Opera Philadelphia folks are playing without a net.
Tina Satter’s 70 minute play is disturbingly effective, even as it raises questions about the nature of documentary theater.
REVIEW: When Fringe Meets the American Canon (Part II: And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens)
EgoPo Theatre makes a welcome return to Tennessee Williams’ with this fascinating dramaticule.
Did Bard’s Festival raise our sense of the composer’s classical works? Yes and no.