The title of Imagining Madoff — now running at Theatre Row, courtesy of New Light Theater Project — describes both the play’s mission and its titular subject’s preferred activity, a duality that probes the similarities between Bernie’s famed — infamous? — misdeeds and the nature of historical storytelling in art.
How is Ralph Fiennes, one of the best actors in the world, not getting offered better roles than Official Secrets?!
My complete recap of the 2018-2019 theatre season:
Rinse, Repeat‘s Playwrights Note explains why the story’s focal point should be the mother, not the daughter:
The Rolling Stone is very much a play.
Last month, Beetlejuice on Broadway inspired this observation:
–David Cale’s We’re Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time @ the Public
–The Secret Life of Bees @ the Atlantic
–Donald Margulies’s Long Lost @ MTC: