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Saturday, 19 June 2010 14:12


Written by Bob Wilcox
The text for Heiner Mueller's Hamletmachine is very dense - barely nine pages of concentrated writing. I'm probably pretty dense too, because I'm afraid I had trouble making consistent sense out of what I saw and heard at the Slightly…
Friday, 18 June 2010 14:09

The Golden Ticket

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
One of the many admirable things about Opera Theatre is the company's support for new works. Their thirty-five seasons are strewn with national and world premieres; an encouraging sign for a genre often depicted in popular entertainment as stodgy and…
Sunday, 20 June 2010 14:08


Written by Kelley Levins-Moore
Cabaret has always been one of my favorite musicals, as nothing can top Liza Minnelli in green nail polish belting out “Life is a Cabaret.” As excited as I was to see Ivory Theatre's production of the Broadway classic, I…
Sunday, 20 June 2010 14:05

The Cassilis Engagement

Written by Robert Strasser
In St. John Hankin's English comedy, The Cassilis Engagement, young Geoffrey Cassilis has gone and proposed to a woman beneath his social standing, and the gaggle of snobbish ladies who live around the his mother's country home are none too…
Tuesday, 15 June 2010 14:01

The Me Nobody Knows

Written by Bob Wilcox
Usually, when a forty-year old theatre piece still seems relevant today, that's considered a good thing. And that is a good thing about The Me Nobody Knows, the current musical at The Black Rep.
Wednesday, 09 June 2010 13:59


Written by Chuck Lavazzi
“It's not where you start”, runs a Dorothy Fields lyric from the 1973 musical Seesaw, “it's where you finish. It's not how you go, it's how you land.” Despite some stumbling first steps, the 24th installment of our own Circus…
Sunday, 20 June 2010 13:51

Now I Ask You

Written by Robert A. Mitchell
Upon walking into the Krantzberg Theater, my first thought was “Holy crap! Eugene O'Neill wrote a drawing room comedy? I thought I had stumbled into a production of The Importance of Being Ernest by mistake – which would NOT be…
Friday, 18 June 2010 13:49

Disney's Beauty and the Beast

Written by Bob Wilcox
When the folks at Disney made their animated version of the French fairy tale Beauty and the Beast, they made several smart choices. They had Alan Menken write the music and Howard Ashman the lyrics. They called Beauty Belle and…
Friday, 18 June 2010 13:46

Greenhouse New Play Festival

Written by Emily Piro
KDHX Theater Reviewers Robert Strasser and Emily Piro discuss the three days of HotCity Theatre's Greenhouse New Play Festival.
Sunday, 04 July 2010 13:43


Written by Bob Wilcox
Titanic: The Musical doesn't sink in the Atlantic Ocean. It's flooded with dramatic irony. Every other line in the first act begins with "When I get to America I'm going to . . ." But we know. By the second…
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