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Theater Around The Bay: Colin Johnson Is Creative

Our next show, The Creative Process, opens tonight at Theater Pub! We took a moment to chat with Colin Johnson, the playwright, about the show, making theater, and looking like a chump. 1,008 more words

Theater Around The Bay

Favorite Tony Award Speeches

With the Tonys a little less than a month away I’ve been watching a lot of old clips on youtube. I wanted to share with you some of my favorite Tony Award Acceptance speeches. 418 more words

New York City

Killer Joe (2012)

First published by movieScope

Drawn, like William Friedkin’s previous feature Bug (2006), from a play by Tracy Letts, this bucket of southern gothic is a Coen-esque caper of small-town double-crosses that starts off trailer-trash tawdry, before steadily gearing down into truly unhinged realms—even for the Texas hinterlands. 196 more words

Inciting Euphoria

Back in the summer, I went to see “The Realistic Joneses” starring Michael C. Hall, Marisa Tomei, Toni Collette, and Tracy Letts.  A few days later, I wrote this: 1,261 more words

Lottery Support.

Remember our recent post about lottery winner Roy Cockrum?

Well, he’s at it again!  This time the lucky recipient is The Steppenwolf Theatre Company for the production of Mary Page Marlowe, a play by Tracy Letts (who also wrote August Osage County). 42 more words


Bugs in the Belfry

Bug By Tracy Letts

Perhaps you know, but in case you don’t, Tracy Letts, who plays CIA Director Andrew Lockhart on Homeland (seasons 3-4), is also an award-winning playwright and stage actor. 313 more words

Film & TV

A journey to the dark side: Theatre Ensemble stages Bug

If you are drawn to the darker side of television in shows like Breaking Bad and American Horror Story, then prepare yourself for an even steeper descent into madness in the play Bug, the latest offering from Windsor’s Theatre Ensemble. 780 more words