Monthly Archives: October 2022

A Jug of “Wine in the Wilderness” and Thou: Perfect Together

If you want to know what a stage director does (or can do) for a play, you might want to first read Alice Childress’s “Wine in the Wilderness” and then get yourself to Two River Theater in Red Bank, New … Continue reading

Blog, Professional, Regional

Debating the American Dream: “Death of a Salesman” and “Baldwin & Buckley at Cambridge”

On consecutive evenings last week, I saw what are likely the longest and shortest works, in terms of running time, currently on New York stages. The long one, clocking in at well over three hours at the Hudson Theatre on … Continue reading

Blog, Broadway, NY Theater, Off Broadway

“I’m Revolting” Is Far From It

As much as I admire and am entertained by fine classical acting – at Stratford and in Central Park, for instance – and by complete-package musicals (“The Prom” and “Into the Woods” come to mind), one less grand theatrical genre … Continue reading

Blog, NY Theater, Off Broadway