Tag Archives: Alliance Theatre
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
The play Disgraced is bound to get people talking… My fellow critic Jim Farmer and I had a conversation about the debate-starting, Pulitzer Prize-winning show for ArtsATL.
I have some new play reviews up on ArtsATL.com. I had a look at the world premiere Tiger Style! by young playwright Mike Lew at the Alliance, a double-header of plays by Jean Genet, Deathwatch and The Maids, from The … Continue reading
I haven’t had the chance to post on this blog lately as much as I’d like to, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been covering the arts… Just the opposite! I’ve had my nose to the grindstone these past few … Continue reading
Recently I’ve been to see Bad Jews at Actor’s Express, Tuck Everlasting at the Alliance and the Atlanta Ballet’s Romeo et Juliette at the Cobb Energy Centre. Of those I can only recommend Romeo et Juliette. Check out the linked reviews … Continue reading
Welcome to Poor Prairie. It’s not exactly the most hopeful place… But at least there’s basketball. Check out my ArtsATL review of Meg Miroshnik’s new play Tall Girls currently at the Alliance Theatre’s Hertz Stage through March 30.
Sebastian Barry’s play Whistling Psyche tells of an imagined meeting between two historical figures: famed nurse of the Crimean War Florence Nightingale and military surgeon Dr. James Barry, who, it was discovered after ‘his’ death, was actually a woman. It’s currently playing … Continue reading
The Alliance Theatre’s In Love and Warcraft by Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Fellowship Winner Madhuri Shekar imagines characters interacting both in real life and as their online gaming personae. Check out my review on ArtsATL. And most importantly: stay warm through … Continue reading
In the Alliance Theatre’s new world premiere play The Geller Girls, playwright Janece Shaffer imagines the changes and challenges that arrive for two sisters living in Atlanta during the 1895 Cotton States Exposition. I thought the show was really adorable. Check out … Continue reading