Eric A. Gordon: In this Waiting, we are rooting for a more actualized, self-realized person, named Grace, to emerge out of her Mary Tyler Moore-inspired fantasy that powerful women can “have it all” without compromise or conditions.
Dick Price: The ties binding this latest play’s characters unfold slowly over “In Between’s” two acts, revealing that they are not just a set of people who mostly happen to interact in a barroom.
Eric A. Gordon: Known as really the first American playwright to go beyond inherited European dramatic models of melodrama and almost single-handedly establish a national theatre tradition, he is also aware of his Irishness.
AKHNATEN Opera Review A Opera’s production of composer Philip Glass’ Akhnaten is one of the most stunning operas I’ve ever laid my eyes – and ears – on. It is an optically opulent movable feast for the orbs and ears, imaginatively visualized by the English set designer Tom Pye and costume wizard Kevin Pollard in […]
Eric A. Gordon: The overall arc of the play is generally away from individualism and toward a greater solidarity. Absent, however, is the great guarantor of progress in the period, the widespread influence of a unionized workforce.