It’s Easter weekend, and there is one event we would recommend over all others, but we can’t tell you about it until next year when it will finally move to a venue big enough to be recommended widely. We promise Read the rest
Category Archives: Performing Arts
The weekend you could enjoy, courtesy of José Amador.
It’s not a dog’s life, but a dancer’s life can be difficult. Lola Peters gathers some helpful hints for dancers and audiences.
It seems foolhardy to try to critique sketch comedy — either something is funny to a person or it isn’t, one should simply leave it at that and be done with it. However, this does a great disservice to the Read the rest
Thoughts on the first weekend of the BOOST Dance Festival.
Taproot Theatre’s latest production inspires a discussion about why American drama cannot handle politics.
Another perilous pulse-pounding week of performance for the persnickety. José preaches.
Chekhov has been trying to shake off a century of British colonialism. Akropolis Performance Lab’s production of Uncle Vanya shows one alternative to the dullness.
Thoughts on The Suit.
We preview a truly plentiful week of promising performance.