Debriefing Worthy of Discussion

How far would you go to prove your loyalty?   This is one of the themes from the production of “Debriefing” at the 2016 Summer Fringe Festival. The play works on how undercover operations can go awry when the covert agent’s cover is blown, due to inadequate Intel gathering. It starts with Agent Handler Reed […]

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New Life for Death of a Salesman

Reviewed by Bob Greene with photos by Jonathan M. Smith   The authors of the 1930s and 40s were clairvoyant. Elmer Rice’s vision of a mechanized workplace in The Adding Machine still rings true; the sexual and social mores of any Tennessee Williams play are more poignant than ever; and the specter of age and […]

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The Sound of Music

Review by Natasha Dawsen New Age methods of healing and replenishment are en vogue today on a palpable level. Homeopathic cures, meditation, Reiki, aromatherapy, and so many others are rapidly becoming a solid choice to pills and other allopathic methods. The latest on the scene is Sound & Music Healing. Reverend Mary (aka Mary Elizabeth […]

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The World According to Matt

Matt Phillips, one of the creators behind the visually stunning new play, THE COWARD, premiering at the 20th Anniversary Fringe Festival this year shared a few out-of-this-world thoughts on his out-of-this-world art.  We hear a lot about inspiration – or Muse – that drives an artist. What inspires you? The people I work with. So often my plans for how something will […]

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