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"Follies" cast album...reviewed!

This one is a bit unusual, and a little bit retro, but something I’ve been meaning to publish. I saw “Follies” on Broadway around November 2011, a number of weeks before I started this blog, and I reviewed the musical on this site while the show was still running. 450 more words

Theatre

Physical, Visible, and Humble

“Perseverance, secret of all triumphs.” ~ Victor Hugo

Hailing from Fargo, North Dakota, Jan Maxwell hasn’t shed her humble roots. Those who know and appreciate theater, know Ms.

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Haiku Review: THE CITY OF CONVERSATION

Welcome to Haiku Reviews, a series of reviews dedicated to condensing and expressing productions of theater in seventeen-syllable poems. If you don’t have time for a 600-word lecture, click on the… 54 more words

Criticism

'The Divide' recap: Picking up the pieces after Bankowski's execution

Season 1 | Episode 3 | “Facts Are the Enemy” | Aired July 23, 2014

The last we saw of The Divide‘s three principals—Innocence Initiative caseworker-by-day/barmaid-by-night Christina Rosa, her boss Clark Rylance and Philadelphia District Attorney Adam Page—they were huddled together, contemplating the likely fallout following the execution of an innocent man. 896 more words