The years slip sluggishly along in the retirement Florida of Lindsey Ferrentino’s ‘The Year to Come’ at the La Jolla Playhouse. But who cares?
Jane Austen’s works appear much more suited to Valentine’s Day rather than Christmas, but Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley features the type of love story one would expect from Austen with a wonderful Christmas background. New Village Arts Theatre’s production of the original comedy-drama sequel to “Pride and Prejudice” is a welcome addition to the holiday selections this December.
Nora’s dramatic exit is the pivot for Lucas Hnath’s sequel, A Doll House, Part 2, presented by the REP…we return to the scene of the crime in the Helmer house, 15 years after she slammed that infamous door…She’s the mother we love to hate
Happiness isn’t automatic by the end of the music ‘Waitress,’ but nearly everybody has learned to live with the best available.
In an interview prior to the opening of Diversionary Theatre’s tenth anniversary production of This Beautiful City, co-author Steven Cosson called his work “a period piece.” He’s right and he’s not – and that dichotomy makes This Beautiful City problematic, both to produce and to enjoy…
Next door to the Old Globe Theatre, where ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’ is being explained these days, another troupe of mixed ages is examining the holiday season in only a slightly more weighty way with ‘Clint Black’s Looking for Christmas.’