Zoom's True Place in Theatre.

July 3, 2020

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March 19, 2020

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March 12, 2020

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January 13, 2020

The Producer of The Producers Trains New Producers.

December 30, 2019

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November 9, 2017

Lynn Nottage’s play, RUINED, is one of those scripts that’s so good, and so engaging that you can sit around a table, just reading it cold and you won’t ever forget it. It’s so powerful, in fact, that it won a Pulitzer Prize for the playwright, the second for Ms. Notta...

The individual in isolation is a dangerous creature. The perusal of this animal sparked Nikolai Gogol’s short story in 1835 and now provides the raw material for Ilia Volok’s exploratory one-man show. After a critically acclaimed run in Los Angeles, “Diary of a Madman”...

October 10, 2017

WHISKEY PANTS: THE MAYOR OF WILLIAMSBURG is the kind of musical that you won’t soon forget, or more importantly, you’ll hope you hear more about.

It’s a visually stimulating theatre experience that has so many beautiful elements that your eyes and ears won’t know what...

"Lili Marlene" is a German poem that was made into a popular World War II song cherished by both the Axis and the Allies for its “husky, nostalgic, and sensous” feel. Later taken up by the Germans as a sort of propaganda tune that closed radio broadcasts each night dur...

If you go to see musicals because you happen to love great music, then it really doesn’t matter where you see it, even if it’s at a theatre festival, in a mostly low-budget, blackbox production. That is, of course, ONLY if the music is that good. And I can promise you...

May 2, 2017

It is the perfect storm of impeccable acting, authentic portrayals, dynamite direction, memorable characters, and a seldom produced play that makes "Lone Star" by James McClure, which closed at The Wild Project this past weekend and is moving to The Triad on May 6th fo...

Rick Charles Mueller is a playwright with a social conscience and it shows in all his recent plays.  For the past three years, I have seen his stage work mostly at the Thespis and Venus Adonis Theatre Festivals, which are now called the Winterfest and Summer Fest but r...

January 17, 2016

The Venus Adonis Theater Festival, already gaining a strong reputation for offering  a wealth of wonderful new material with each yearly outing, did not wait long to dazzle with this week’s new court thriller by  S. Karlan, “ Second Seat.”

The festival, which opene...

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