Wacky but never witty, this concoction would be easier to take if there were such a thing as a running elevator once it’s over. Like the show, the elevator didn't work either.
Overt physical violence has never been a hallmark of Edward Albee's work — he's good enough at the verbal variety of bloodletting, lord knows. But there is nearly always a dark foreboding of bodily violation lurking nearby, ready to... Read Post
For those who think that the Internet and theater can never co-exist, you need to get your asses down to New York City's East Village and check out Blogologues, the hilarious monthly theater show where a troupe of actors reenacts po... Read Post
Though strong musically, Coriolis Theatre's debut production East of the Sun, West of the Moon plays out like a first draft. With enough editing, the work could be brought to fruition. But as it stands, it’s too long and too disjoin... Read Post