by Angelica Page Directed by Wilson Milam Featuring Angelica Page Dixon Place 161A Chrystie Street February 10, 2017 – March 16, 2017 production site Look away for a moment and a multi-week run can be shortened (as this one has, with a few… Read More ›
formal live performance reviews.
Featuring Glenn Close, Michael Xavier, Siobhan Dillon, Fred Johanson Palace Theatre 1564 Broadway Open February 9, 2017 production site The orchestra is huge and muffled, the set is fascinating and disassembled, and a dead man mannequin rises in the first moments then floats… Read More ›
[article as originally published in Theater Pizzazz, February 9, 2017.] Class, culture, language, appropriation, and integrity underscore the quiet power of Tanya Saracho’s Fade produced by Primary Stages at the Cherry Lane Theater. A story about storytelling, a play about… Read More ›
[article as originally published in Theater Pizzazz, January 20, 2017.] “When you’re a woman of a certain age,” Tulis McCall impishly informs us, “regret is everywhere.” McCall’s one woman show Are You Serious?, running Sundays through the end of March… Read More ›
[article as originally published in Broad Street Review, December 10, 2016.] Its musical stylings draw from folk, jazz, and klezmer strains, with strong lyrics delivered in a mesmerizing deadpan by playwright and lead singer Ethan Lipton. While there’s not much… Read More ›
[article as originally published in Theater Pizzazz, November 20, 2016.] Performer Gideon Irving claims he surfs couches as a professional house guest in exchange for his intimate performances. In fact, he’ll survey the audience for future places to hang his… Read More ›
[article as originally published in Exeunt Magazine, October 15, 2016.] [featured image caption: A modernist gloss on Irish history. Photo: Carol Rosegg.] 59E59 THEATERS ⋄ 6TH – 23RD OCTOBER 2016 Concept trumps history, even Cromwell’s 17th-century Irish ethnic cleansing. Martha Wade… Read More ›