Part of the Williamstown Theatre Festival Review by Robert Gulack Again and again, humanity is snapped down in a steel mousetrap fashioned of our own greed. One by one, the townspeople raise their hands, agreeing to sell their consciences for money, and, as they do, a horrible clang rings out, again and again. After that, […]Read More KANDER AND EBB REVISIT THE VISIT – THIS TIME, IT’S A LOVE STORY
Warp Speed as part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival Review by Sander Gusinow If there’s one good thing to say about ‘Warp Speed: a Sci Fi Parody’ it’s the innovate small-space choreography of Christopher Noffke. Sadly, finding a second good thing to say about this chaotic misfire proves a tall intergalactic order. Loosely based […]Read More Warp Speed: Phasers less than Stunning
“Eddie” Reviewed by Mary Ann Randazzo I was looking forward to seeing “Eddie,” one of the performances at the Midtown Festival about a hard-of-hearing boy bullied by a classmate, because of my love for the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. I know the struggles this culture has with the hearing world and how hearing impaired children/teenagers […]Read More
“Eddie and the Palaceades” Part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival reviewed by Mary Ann Randazzo What fun the audience had especially for those born of the Baby Boomer generation longing for the good old days and realizing it’s never too late to dream! This was definitely the theme “Eddie and the Palaceades” demonstrated with […]Read More Dear Eddie, Thanks for the Memories!
Review by Ashley Hutchinson The beginning of Ken Kruper’s Roman Fever seemed very reminiscent of Adam Guettal’s Light in the Piazza, however only in a nostalgic way. The premises of both stories are really quite different, yet driven from the same place of misguided motherly affection and young love. Regardless of the similarities of theme, […]Read More Roman Fever: Short but Very Sweet