THE TRIAL OF JUDITH K.
Play Review

THE TRIAL OF JUDITH K.

Turning the Big 3-0 is traumatic enough for anyone watching the calendar flip by another year. For Corporate Loans Clerks, Judith K. (Stephanie Belding) it’s…

THE ANGER IN ERNEST AND ERNESTINE
Play Review

THE ANGER IN ERNEST AND ERNESTINE

The biting reality surrounding post nuptial existence is that no matter how two individuals position themselves in the beginning, two totally different persons come out…

ONE NIGHT ONLY
Play Review

ONE NIGHT ONLY

When you make something out of nothing and then stage it in front of a live audience with no guarantee it will come out the…

EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL
Play Review

EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL

The decade long debate among theatre producers has been devising a strategy to renew audiences. That is to clear out the aging gits and their…

KISS & CRY
Play Review

KISS & CRY

If one show can prevent the Feburary Blahs, it’s ‘Kiss & Cry.’ Exotic,  sensual, funny and sad this is fingers on film like you’ve never…

WITHIN THE GLASS
Play Review

WITHIN THE GLASS

Have you ever wanted something so badly that you were left psychologically paralyzed when the reality set it that it wasn’t—and never was—going to happen?…

12 ANGRY MEN

Characters don’t come more boldly inspirational than Juror 8 played by the perpetually clever Stuart Hughes. It’s the kind of figure we all dream of…

BIG MOUTH

He who picks his words well can turn the weakest argument into the strongest. The absolute truth doesn’t exist. It’s just a pretty lie for…

GASLIGHT

Gaslight was the play that made Patrick Hamilton a rich man. When it opened late in 1938, he was – at 34 – already regarded…

DEE SNYDER’S ROCK & ROLL CHRISTMAS TALE

What happens when four guys from failed bands join together, make a deal with the devil and pledge their souls to Satan in order to…

PETER PAN IN WONDERLAND

If you think for a second that re-writing a classic for kidlet entertainment and adult giggles is easy do think again. Story designer Chris Earle…

JULIE
April 2014

JULIE

It takes outside-the-box thinking to reach the conclusion that August Strindberg’s 19th century drama Miss Julie was worthy of an artistic reshaping. But thanks to…

PARFUMERIE
April 2014

PARFUMERIE

Expect the unexpected in Parfumerie where mistaken suspicion and twist of fate deliver a festive heart warmer topping everyone’s holiday wish list. And if that’s…

THE BROWN BULL OF CUAILNGE
April 2014

THE BROWN BULL OF CUAILNGE

Many of us know what it feels like to lose our way in today’s concrete jungle. But have you ever thought about what that would…

THE DE CHARDIN PROJECT
April 2014

THE DE CHARDIN PROJECT

Creationists and scientists—go on and take a guess who dislikes the convictions of the other more. Maybe if there was a consensus that a Grand…

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