Though Edward Albee’s “Seascape” is a Pulitzer Prize winning play (1975) it is nowhere near as well known as his most popular classic, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf.”
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In order for any interpretation of The Odd Couple to work, there needs to be strong chemistry between the two main leads. Fortunately, the stars of North Coast Repertory Theatre’s production of Neil Simon’s legendary comedy have that in spades.
The famous housemaid, Mammy (Yolanda Franklin), from Gone With the Wind is the comedic star of the current show playing at the Diversionary Theatre. However, you wouldn’t guess that based on the title of the play she is featured in, The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler. After shooting herself in the head, Hedda Gabler (Jacque […]
When it comes to adaptations of classic stories, spectators and critics try to judge the interpretation on its own terms. Sometimes, a particular version seems to rely so heavily on the original source material, that the experience feels like a pale imitation of a classic tale, instead of a fresh take. Fortunately, this is […]
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a show where my opinion drastically changed over the course of the evening. This is exactly what happened during Moonlight Stage Productions presentation of Born Yesterday, which is a rare example of a play where the quality of the storytelling rises after intermission. In 1946, a […]