The things people do to each other . . .in the name of love . . . Falcon Theatre’s latest offering, Harold Pinter’s “Betrayal,” is - straightforwardly …
DeGeorge's aesthetically pleasing take on a Strindberg classic is a symbiotic work of art. If you didn’t know that “A Dream Play” was a) written in 1901…
There's nothing rotten about this Diane Lala helmed production. “Something Rotten” is not profound, nor is it world-changing like some art can be. But…
Two (brilliant) (female) friends revolutionize science and also bring the drama. One of my favorite things is when Tara Williams and Tracy M. Schoster…
Here are three good reasons to see Ensemble's Season Opener The script. It’s a Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Lynn Nottage, highlighting the struggle of…
I have a dilemma. The Carnegie’s final production of their repertory season opened tonight. Not only was taking on three musicals daring - and maybe a…
Yeah, it's two older men sitting on a porch, but there's a lot more than meets the eye. When actors the caliber of Daniel Britt and Michael Shooner team…
Wow, this was unexpected. Don't miss it! Falcon Theatre’s regular season hasn’t started yet, but they’re already on fire with their bonus production of…
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