Monthly Archives: January 2018

“Constellations” brings dramatic and powerful end to All In Productions season

It’s a rare theatrical evening indeed, when the most unexpected combination of disciplines create a chemical reaction that explodes inside your heart. That’s the case in “Constellations,” the Nick Payne romantic comedy/drama that was opened by All In Productions Friday … Continue reading

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Trying to find a message keeps The Rep’s “Animal Farm” stuck ion the barn

It is perhaps fitting that the lingering feeling after watching the Orwellian production of “Animal Farm” at The Rep was one of theatrical dystopia. For anyone who had some trouble with vocabulary tests in high school, “dystopia” is the opposite … Continue reading

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Transcendent trio of actors bring touching and funny to a story of sisters

Once upon a time a famous chef – Wolfgang Puck or Julia Childs or Gordon Ramsay – said that “cooking is an art but baking is a science.” None of those famous people ever had a chance to see the … Continue reading

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