Monthly Archives: February 2017

“Ring Twice for Miranda”: Dystopia Calling

If good intentions were reason enough to skew a review to the positive, “Ring Twice for Miranda” would merit a rave. With one line toward the end, playwright Alan Hruska makes his intention clear, affording a retroactive degree of admiration … Continue reading

Blog, NY Theater, Off Broadway

Drama of an “American Son” at George Street Playhouse

“American Son” is an intense, racially-charged, cautionary tale in which the title character hovers over every minute but does not appear in person. The play is set at 4AM in the waiting room of a Miami-Dade County police station, where … Continue reading

Blog, Professional, Regional

May the farce be with you: “A Comedy of Tenors” at Paper Mill Playhouse

Great art it’s not, but if you’re looking for a recipe for farce, all the ingredients can be found in “A Comedy of Tenors,” Ken Ludwig’s sequel to his enormously successful “Lend Me a Tenor.” Slamming doors to resounding laughter … Continue reading

Blog, Professional, Regional