Monthly Archives: February 2018

Chamber and Marti Gobel stage powerful, moving and brilliant Brothers Size

This may seem like some kind of cop out, but it’s not. It’s just that there are few, of any, words to adequately describe the magnificent (see, there’s one  word) production of the Tarell Alvin McCraney play “the Brothers Size” … Continue reading

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In Tandem delivers just half a play with The Outgoing Tide

Victims here, victims there, Good Lord we’ve got victims everywhere. That’s what gets delivered in “The Outgoing Tide,” the Bruce Graham play that opened Friday night at In Tandem Theatre. The first victim we meet is Gunner (James Pickering) an … Continue reading

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Funny, singing and dancing and one joyous evening with zombies at Skylight

How old you are would seem to be an issue in “Zombies from the Beyond,” the James Valcq chestnut that opened Friday night at Skylight Music Theatre. After all, the show is a send-up of the C class group of … Continue reading

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Michael Cotey directs a masterful production of a Shakespearen mystery at Next Act

Just take a look around you and shake your head at this world we live in. Truth vs. Lies. Alternative facts. Demands for unbridled flattery. Opposing forces of government. Treachery. Sorrow and jealousy. If it sounds familiar it should but … Continue reading

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