Posts tagged "grey gardens"

Theatre Analysis: The evolution of War Paint at The Goodman Theatre from first preview to closing night (Part One, Preview 6/28)

(Disclaimer: This analysis is of the opening night of preview performances. The show is still being rehearsed and tweaked and the changes suggested here are my own simple observations. The final critical word will be said on the true opening night. I will be seeing the show the night it closes as a finale to... Read more »

When Steven Met Little Edie or "The S-T-A-U-N-C-H Road Not Taken"

When Steven Met Little Edie or "The S-T-A-U-N-C-H Road Not Taken"
Robert Frost’s immortal poem The Road Not Taken is one of the most sensuous poems in our lexicon, bristling with beauty and the specific joy of living. That being said, it’s also one of the most misquoted poems in the world, as evidenced by this example: The most quoted part of this poem reads as... Read more »