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Three ways of staging bodily difference

I’m no theatre critic, and this is not a review. Although I’ve performed, I feel like I approach theatre (like many other things) from the outside. 1,121 more words

Writing And Ideas

THEATRE RESPONSE: "Or-rhotic-a" or, Or, by Liz Duffy Adams, Thinking Cap Theatre

or-/ɔː; unstressed ə/

conjunction (coordinating)

1. used to join alternatives: apples or pears, apples or pears or cheese, apples, pears, or cheese

2. used to join rephrasings of the same thing: to serve in the army, or rather to fight in the army, twelve, or a dozen… 768 more words

Wisdom from Andrew Gonzalez of NYC

You will lose sleep
You will be broke
You will miss out on things
You will go hungry sometimes
You will work harder than ever… 35 more words

THEATRE RESPONSE: Mamas Talking Soft:The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams: Review by Matthew Davis Glass

Previously Published in the South Florida Blade November 2009

“Glass breaks so easily. No matter how careful you are.”  a fragile Laura tells her Gentleman Caller in The Broward Stage Door Theatre’s revival of Tennessee Williams’ classic The Glass Menagerie.  801 more words

THEATRE RESPONSE: Flora The Red Menace by Kander & Ebb produced by Rising Action Theatre

Originally Published in The South Florida Blade  October 2009

“Flora the Red Menace”, a nearly plotless musical comedy about a communistic cell in New York City’s depression-age design district, opened on Broadway in 1965 much to the dismay of critics and audiences.  817 more words

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Venue: The Mayflower Southampton

The sun may be the only thing shining on the French Riviera in this touring version of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is based on the 1988 film of the same name, which starred Michael Caine and Steve Martin. 386 more words