April 2015

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There’s a lot of sex talk in the Humana plays this year. I liked it best in Erin Courtney’s I Will Be Gone, where the banter and come-ons and physical […]

I’m still in the midst of getting my thoughts down from the Humana festival, but I just noticed this comment and wanted to share it broadly.  I find such “dares” […]

I am of the firm belief that punk culture is often more civilized and supportive than purported mainstream culture. My proof in Louisville is the beautifully run, warmly welcoming, delightfully […]

I’m less interested in the specific dramaturgical problems of Colman Domingo’s Dot as a play than I am in how it’s being received here at Humana. This festival is a […]

If The Roommate is a conscious allegory for the decline of Western civilization, or a metaphor for arms buildup or something, then I’m OK with it. If, on the other […]

My Reviews Elsewhere

The Hartford Courant’s usual theater guy, Frank Rizzo, was in New Orleans last week at the American Theatre Critics Association convention, so I got to cover three opening nights in […]