|January 26, 2004
This afternoon I was fortunate to attend a very interesting program, the Shakespeare Concerts 2004 Boston performance at Rabb Hall in the Boston Public Library. For my comments, click here.
|May 21, 2004
Theatre Zone, a theatre company based in Chelsea, Massachusetts, is seeking to raise money by posting photos of men in kilts, most of them shirtless, on their website. People can pay a ransom to spare the men further embarrassment by having the pictures removed.
|May 17, 2005
Michael Musto writes for the Village Voice: "I liked the Sweet Charity revival a bit more than Times man BEN BRANTLEY did—he thought it was an irritating trifle—but I have to defend his integrity here. The show's ads quote Brantley saying that when CHRISTINA APPLEGATE appears onstage, 'the audience braces for a triumph.' But they leave out that he basically concluded the audience doesn't get one!"
|"Tony Award nominee Dana Ivey is the scandalous Mrs. Warren in the new Irish Repertory Theatre staging of Bernard Shaw’s Mrs. Warren's Profession, beginning Dec. 9 in Manhattan."--Playbill|