Monthly Archives: June 2017

Spectacular “A Flea in Her Ear” at APT

Think, for a moment about the things in life that have made you laugh like mad. Watching a baby, perhaps yours, take her first tottering steps. Johnny Carson hosting the Tonight Show for a thousand years. Donald Trump riding down … Continue reading

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Midsummer Night’s Dream at APT

William Shakespeare called “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” a comedy and it has been performed  more in the four centuries since it was written than any other of his plays. There is a tendency to say “Oh, Not Again,” when it … Continue reading

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“The Unexpected Man” at APT

Sarah Day and Brian Mani are a tour de force in “The Unexpected Man” at ATP If ever there was prima facie evidence that putting great actors together with a great director  can lift even the thinnest of scripts to … Continue reading

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Titus Andronicus at Off The Wall

The first indication hat this is not going to be a nice enjoyable evening of summer theater comes shortly after the start when this doddering old man takes a knife and kills his own son. That’s the signal for the … Continue reading

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