Posts tagged "theater"

A "Disaster" of Comedic Proportions

A "Disaster" of Comedic Proportions
By David Karp No one wants to see their show destroyed by lousy acting, bad plot, or other mishaps that could potentially plague a theatre show. This is the exception. Created by Ben Vigeant and Greg Guliano, “Disaster!” is a hysterical mess of a show presented at the Public House Theatre on the third Wednesday... Read more »

Endlings: A unique, “aggressive” form of theater

Endlings: A unique, “aggressive” form of theater
Four strangers wake up startled and terrified in a dark room meant to resemble a box; I cannot help my first thought jumping to the film Saw and wondering if someone is about to be brutally murdered by some contraption. However, there are no props on the stage, colorful lights, or costumes, just four bodies... Read more »

E.D.G.E Theater's MacSith: Shakespeare Meets Star Wars

E.D.G.E Theater's MacSith: Shakespeare Meets Star Wars
Okay. Confession time. One: I have seen more productions of Macbeth throughout my life than there are Star Wars movies, several times over. And, when I was in the second grade, I saw Hamlet on public TV and fell in love with that poor misunderstood Danish prince. Heathcliff came later and established a clear and... Read more »
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Dear Theater: This is not a love letter.

Dear Theater, You are an attention whore. Even when I have explained to you that I simply cannot focus every waking moment on a scene, on a one act, on a review, on the latest show, on the coolest producing trends–and I’m firm about this–you still send me text messages at 3am to let me... Read more »