Archives

06 October 2016

National Youth Theatre REP’s Pigeon English

By // Theatre (London)

Adapting a novel for the stage is certainly no easy feat. Sacrifices and changes must be made to slim down what can be a lengthy and detailed narrative into a …

06 July 2016

Toronto Fringe ’16: Part XVI

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Be sure to check out our Full List of Fringe Reviews Cam Baby (A) Jessica Moss doesn’t live here anymore; she’s in New York and somehow I’m just now noticing …

15 August 2015

SummerWorks ’15: Part VIII

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Click Here for our full coverage of the 2015 SummerWorks Festival. The Emancipation of Ms. Lovely (A-) Almost every play that I have seen at Summerworks this year has involved …

30 September 2014

Harvard Ventures Into the Dream-Like Forest of CA?

By // Theatre (Boston)

Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a wonderfully accessible play, made for adaptations to different times and places with ease. The Hyperion Shakespeare Company and The Office for the Arts …

25 September 2014

Workshopping An (Almost) All-Female Winter’s Tale

By // Theatre (Boston)

Technically, I can’t review Boston University Shakespeare Society’s Winter’s Tale by William Shakespeare. Former My Theatre (Boston) writer Elizabeth Ramirez directed, and Junior Editor Fabiana Cabral played King Leontes. I …

24 September 2014

Crash Landing from Cloud 9

By // Theatre (Boston)

I can’t appreciate Cloud 9. Playwright Caryl Churchill wears on my patience whenever I see her work performed (though I like reading her plays), and Cloud 9 proved to be …

11 August 2014

SummerWorks ’14: Part 1

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Be sure to check out Part 2, Part 3 and our Full Listing of SummerWorks 2014 reviews. New This Year: The My Theatre Favourite Discount  If your Fringe or SummerWorks show scores an A+ or …

28 May 2014

Blonde is Not Hot

By // Theatre (Boston)

Legally Blonde: The Musical (music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin, and book by Heather Hach) is an outstanding piece to feature young, strong female musical theatre performers. …

17 April 2014

Lord, What Fools These Actors Be

By // Theatre (Boston)

Ever have one of those college English papers which you can’t seem to write because you’re worried that the professor will judge you for your crazy ideas? What if you …

25 March 2014

My Theatre Award Nominee: Q&A w/ Ted Witzel (II)

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Before we announce the winners of the 2013 My Theatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. We’ve been covering director Ted Witzel and his indie company The Red …

23 March 2014

My Theatre Award Nominee: Q&A w/ Daniela Pagliarello

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Before we announce the winners of the 2013 My Theatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. In the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI, a Best Ensemble-nominated group of recent theatre school …

22 March 2014

My Theatre Award Nominee: Q&A w/ Sheri Godda

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Before we announce the winners of the 2013 My Theatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. In the RESISTIBLE rise of arturo UI, a Best Ensemble-nominated group of recent theatre …

26 February 2014

Simple and Rich Transformation

By // Theatre (Boston)

Boston College’s Theatre Department workshop production of Circle Mirror Transformation, directed by Maggie Kearnan, marks the beginning of my Annie Baker weekend (next up: Company One’s production of The Flick, …

20 February 2014

MIT’s Arcadia Not the Pastoral Ideal

By // Theatre (Boston)

Tom Stoppard’s 1993 play Arcadia has been called one of the finest plays by a contemporary playwright; I would have to agree. The play offers a juxtaposition between a turn-of-the-nineteenth-century …

  • Connect

    Facebook Twitter RSS Pinterest Instagram