March 2014

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Seance, Say Me

I’ve just found these old photos from a séance held in April 1998 on the stage of the Long Wharf Theatre. It was a special event held during the run […]

The We Fight We Die Review

We Fight We Die Through March 29 at the Yale Cabaret, 217 Park St., New Haven. (203) 432-1566, By Timothy J. Guillot. Directed by Jireh Breon Holder. Dramaturg: David […]

Popeye Culture

          From the regularly magnificent Popeye comic book published by IDW, written by Roger Langridge and drawn by Vince Musacchia. Issue #11 is titled The Conniving […]

JCC Theaterworks Works

I finally caught a show by the JCC Theaterworks troupe which operates out of the Jewish Community Center in Amity. And just in time. It was a reading of a […]

Beatle the Fifth

These Paper Bullets! (at Yale Rep through April 5) ain’t the only Shakespeare/Beatles blend out in the world right now. Towards the end of the graphic non-fiction narrative The Fifth […]

Jerry Lewis That Time

Jerry Lewis is up to his old tricks. You know, the cane-throwing trick. The glass in the mouth trick. And the withering glare and obnoxious comments which repel some of […]

A Day in the Death of Will Gardner

“Well, that’s the Good Wife. He’s dead. Josh Charles, ladies and gentlemen.” That’s how David Letterman put it Monday when Josh Charles appeared on Late Night.   Charles’ Good Wife […]

Bard Wars

C3PO: But wait, where do you go? Pray, do come back! Most typical this is. O wretched fate, To be deserted by my friends most dear. These human beings care […]