Category - Theater

“Hedda Gabler” at Antaeus

This is a review of The Generals cast. When Ibsens thoroughly modern drama was first staged in Munich in 1891, the response from the critics was damning. They almost universally decried the play, declaring it was a...

“Punch and Judy” at the Fringe

The traditional hand-puppet comedy Punch and Judy gets the live-action treatment for a raucously funny Fringe show. Ultra-violent, racist, sexist, profane and pitch black in tone, this show takes the usual goofy premise...

“42nd Street” at Pantages

Theres practically nothing more thrilling than watching the house curtain slowly rise to reveal the feet of a company of over thirty dancers, all tapping in unison. Thats the legendary opening of backstage musical...

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