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Saturday, 26 May 2012 17:42

‘Tis pity he’s a Moor

Written by Andrea Braun
The plot of Othello is simple enough. An army general, Othello, a Moor, marries above his social station and outside his race. Also, he has chosen a young lieutenant, Michael Cassio, as his second-in-command.
The fine people at the Black Rep bring us another quirky, intelligent, original offering in "Insidious".
Tuesday, 22 May 2012 22:14

'God's Favorite' is a trial

Written by Sheila R. Schultz
If anyone can transform the Book of Job into a comedy, it’s Neil Simon. So I thought. I was wrong.
Sunday, 20 May 2012 16:47

Hard hearted Carmen, the vamp of Sevilla

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
“Carmen” as film noir? With a femme fatale heroine, a doomed anti-hero, and a netherworld in which cops (well, OK, the fascist Guardia Civil) and crooks meet, the concept behind Opera Theatre’s production has genuine merit.
As an historical record, the recently restored 1959 film Come Back, Africa is stunning. Secretly made to reflect the truth about South Africa’s apartheid, it follows black African Zachariah. Compelled…
  I suppose there are things more majestic, dramatic, emotional and joyful than Riverdance, but this two hour song and dance fest would be hard to beat.
In the sloppily made documentary First Position, producer/director and co-editor Bess Kargman follows six aspiring ballet dancers. They’re training hard to the U.S. Grand Prix Ballet Competition for those age…
Documentaries rise and fall on the charisma of the subject. And it doesn’t have to ever get any better than Sing Your Song that soars on the fabulous voice and…
As his films show, Richard Linklater has an offbeat take on people in general and humor in particular. His characters are, well, characters with the appealing quirks that make them…
Monday, 14 May 2012 19:28

It's a match

Written by Bob Wilcox
Adam Flores as Pale? I thought director Rachel Tibbetts had miscast.
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