Category Archives: Theatre

Theatre Must-See: January 2016

New Rep Theatre: Via Dolorosa (David Hare) David Hare’s 1997 monologue about his visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories is humorous, urgent, and moving. I highly recommend you go see it over at the Arsenal Center for the Arts. … Continue reading

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2015 My Theatre Award Nominees: Boston

The 2015 My Theatre Award Nominees for Boston Theatre have been announced on My Entertainment World. The categories include best dramaturgical notes, best lighting design, best scenic design, best sound design, best costume design, best ensemble, best actor, best actress, … Continue reading

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Writing in HowlRound about Theatre Criticism Training

I am very proud to announce that HowlRound, “a knowledge commons by and for the theatre community,” has published my post, “Who Trains the Critic?” In the post, I detail some of my past writing misadventures, and pose the question: … Continue reading

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Biographile on the Occasion of Miller’s Centennial

Jennie Yabroff writes for Biographile a succinct summary of Miller: of his life, the importance of his works, and his philosophy that theater is the “art of the present tense.”

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My Review of ASP’s Othello

Othello is a particularly tricky Shakespeare play to stage, and I was intrigued by the decisions made in the ASP production, directed by Bridget Kathleen O’Leary. Read the review if you’d like to see why.

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My Review of Company One’s Dry Land

Here is my review of C1’s season opener, Dry Land, by Ruby Rae Spiegel. A great production of a great new play, touching on lots of hot-button themes.

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My Review of SpeakEasy’s appropriate

Read my review and try to catch this innovative show before it closes on October 10th.

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