Category Archives: Theater
I’ve recently written some new stories for the AJC. I previewed the Atlanta Black Theater Festival, reviewed ASO Music Director Robert Spano’s collaboration with Atlanta dance company gloATL, previewed the 2016-17 Atlanta Opera season, profiled innovative theater-maker Greg Wohead and … Continue reading
It’s great to come across a show you really like. Even better… Coming across two great shows in one week. Check out my reviews of Anne Boleyn at Synchronicity Theatre and Ugly Lies the Bone at the Alliance, both on … Continue reading
I guess you could say I didn’t like it. I have reviews of Girls Life at Pinch n Ouch and November at Process Theatre.
No doubt about it. The new theater season is definitely upon us! This week, I reviewed two of the first big musical productions of fall for ArtsATL: The Threepenny Opera at 7 Stages and The Prom at the Alliance.
Atlanta theater critic Jim Farmer and I sat down to chat about the don’t miss shows of the 2016-17 Atlanta theater season. Check it out on ArtsATL.
London’s Globe Theatre will broadcast its critically acclaimed new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream live on-line on the BBC website on Sunday, September 11, at 1:30 pm Atlanta-time (that’s 6:30 pm British Summer Time). How cool is that? You … Continue reading
Early summer was a busy time for me, and I didn’t have as much time to post on this blog as I would have liked. Here are some of the stories I worked on during that time: For the Atlanta … Continue reading
It’s not unusual to see families at the Center for Puppetry Arts. Seeing them onstage together, however, is a far rarer thing. Check out my review of Sleeping Beauty on ArtsATL.
I’m so glad spring is finally here! The end of winter kept me busy. I previewed and reviewed the Atlanta Opera’s production of The Pirates of Penzance for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. I previewed the Rialto’s Off the Edge dance festival … Continue reading
A nickel is worth five cents, except for when it isn’t… I reviewed True Colors’ production of American Buffalo for ArtsATL.