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The Boardwalk Empire Series Finale

The only word that comes to mind is “brilliant.” I can honestly say this was the most satisfied I have ever been with how a television show has ended. 367 more words

TV Shows

This Week on Stage: 'Disgraced' is anything but, Keira Knightley preps her Broadway debut

We were all hoping that the London production of Lillian Hellman’s The Children’s Hour would mark Keira Knightley’s Broadway debut (she got great reviews in 2011 starring opposite… 880 more words


My Radio Debut!!!!

My Boardwalk Empire obsession finally paid off yesterday :-)

I was interviewed by Evening Anchor Dimitri Sotis on the Washington, D.C. radio station WTOP about the HBO series’ upcoming finale this Sunday, October 26.  7 more words


Disgraced on Broadway

I cheered when Ayad Akhtar won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for Disgraced. The play’s New York premiere at Lincoln Center’s LCT3 Theatre was an invigorating theatrical experience that urgently and poignantly explored issues of race and religion in a post-9/11 age. 833 more words


The Gap

It seems that the surest way to win a Pulitzer is to write a comic drama about a bad dinner between couples and preferably one in which, as the night progresses, secrets are revealed.   479 more words


Gretchen Mol Tackles Brutal 'Disgraced'; Winning New Musical Is 'Found': NY Stage

Timely dramas on Broadway are in very short supply, and that alone makes the bow of Disgraced an event worth applauding. Ayad Akhtar’s play — a fleet, furious, 85-minute descent into politics, identity and identity politics, all on the dark side — won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2013; he co-wrote and starred in the indie feature… 718 more words

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"Disgraced's" Relevancy Makes It A Broadway Must-See

Broadway tends to lag behind on cultural relevancy and new ideas, exploring issues and themes some significant time after they are at the forefront of conversation in other media like literature and television. 498 more words