Eric A. Gordon: If the theatres are now required to suddenly and drastically increase actor compensation, where will those funds come from? What will keep them from closing their doors?
Dick Price: This comedy with an edge lays bare the empty soul at the heart of a “market-based” economy that values only the bottom line, never mind the people whose lives are often crushed when numbers shift.
Dick Price: Directed by Michael Woolson, Laura Eason’s two-character drama hinges on the ways technology shapes relationships, making it both simpler to connect and easier to betray.
Ed Rampell: This wacky two-acter’s conceit is that to cheer up a despondent woman (Leslie Collins), five of her friends gather to celebrate the popular cable TV fantasy series set during mythic medieval times.
Ed Rampell: Although Consul is to a certain extent fact-based, I suspect that what Morogiello did was conflate verifiable actuality with a dramatist’s imagination and technique to render a plausible “what if.”