Next Door at New York Theatre Workshop’s production of Dinner with Georgette is basically Tony Kushner gone wrong.
Three pieces of news were announced this week that inspired responses too long to be Twitter-length, but still not meaty enough to warrant their own pieces. Thus, enjoy this written roundup:
R.C. Sherriff’s 1928 play Journey’s End is to the stage what the 1930 film All Quiet on the Western Front is to the screen.
Even though The Party isn’t technically based on a play, this new movie exhibits both the best and worst attributes of stage-to-screen adaptations.
Every time an artistic director at a regional theatre announces they’re stepping down — a frequent occurrence nowadays — I contemplate who I’d personally hire to fill these all-important positions.
Thoroughbreds is mostly an exercise in style, but there’s some substance there too.
Most people judge an artist based on their most popular work, their claim-to-fames, their fallback style, what they excel at the most.