Monthly Archives: December 2012

It takes a stiff upper lip to sit through “Esther’s Moustache”

There isn’t enough facial hair in the world to disguise Esther’s Moustache, Laurel Ollstein’s “new comedy” at New Jersey Repertory Company. Its tasteless content is so out of touch with any sense of satire, subtlety or sensitivity that any cosmetic … Continue reading

Blog, Professional, Regional

It’s No Mystery: “Drood” Is a Dickens of a Show

Charles Dickens hadn’t finished writing The Mystery of Edwin Drood when, on June 8, 1870, he suffered a stroke and died at age 58. At the point where the novel stopped, there was no evidence pointing to Drood’s murderer or … Continue reading

Blog, Broadway, NY Theater