Ed Rampell: The rest of this world premiere production presented by the Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company at the Art of Acting Studio Los Angeles is also quite cinematic, a fast moving, often comic pastiche with seven filmic vignettes commenting on America’s contemporary political scene
Ed Rampell: 2017 theatergoers may find this 2,500 year old ur-drama’s discourse on war to be the most relevant, compelling thing about Euripides’ Greek tragedy.
Unai Montes-Irueste: The world outside of the theatre is the world in which hate crimes have exploded, and healthcare, organized labor, Affirmative Action, and DACA are on the chopping block.
Ed Rampell: I saw Janis perform live twice and McIntyre does a creditable job incarnating the singer – her swagger, swigs, twang and tonality.
Ed Rampell: ow interesting that this limited, perhaps stereotypical look at Dixie opened the weekend of the antifascist fight in Virginia triggered by plans to remove a statue of the treasonous Confederate General Robert E. Lee.