Review by Bart Greenberg Between Pretty Places, now playing at The 13th Street Repertory Company, is an intriguing “musical ghost story” that details the frustrated lives of a family stranded in the parched ranch country of central California. Lyle (Philip Callen) and Diane (Ellen Parker) are a long married couple who are struggling financially and […]Read More Between Pretty Places: Pretty When It Speaks
Amy M. Frateo, reviewer Michael Mack is very brave. He is also very talented. He is also very brave… was that mentioned? On stage at The Bridge Theatre, Mack stands alone in a black shirt and pants – like a relaxing priest – and tells a story that is compelling, shocking, painful and hopeful all […]Read More DEEP “CONVERSATION”
Review by Bart Greenberg William Shakespeare’s Macbeth is a notoriously difficult work despite being the playwright’s shortest tragedy, a mix of blood, sex and witchcraft. Too often it comes off stodgy and over-directed (and often, over-acted). The play also comes with the extra baggage of being a “cursed” piece, thought to bring bad luck by […]Read More DON’T SAY THE NAME … JUST SEE THE PRODUCTION.