ONE of the many subjects explored in Dangerous House — rising star Jen Silverman’s new play, marking her return to the Williamstown Theatre Festival after last summer’s superior two-hander The Roommate — could serve as a potent enzyme to catalyze a compelling drama.
Write All Nite’s been all quiet on the news front of late.
Comedy might be the hardest genre to review.
I want to see Kathleen Marshall’s The Royal Family of Broadway.
In his bio for his new musical Half Time, choreographer-cum-director extraordinaire Jerry Mitchell particularly highlights his two past pieces of Tony Award-winning work: the most recent Broadway revival of La Cage Aux Folles, and the runaway hit Kinky Boots.
It’s considered a faux pas in critical circles to suggest how a show could improve.
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:
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.