The BTCA should take action in support of #MeToo.
Recommended hashtags for the Boston Theatre Critics Association: #MeTooGiveMeTime, #MeTooNotYet
The strategic silences in the Boston Globe’s piece on the legacy of Israel Horovitz are disturbing.
Does anyone really believe that there is no sexual harassment going on in Boston area theater companies today?
These articles dramatize, sadly, who was listened to and who wasn’t when sexual allegations were made against playwright Israel Horovitz in the early ’90s.
Let us hope that today’s revelations will be taken more seriously than charges of sexual harassment and assault were back in 1993.
Israel Horovitz’s latest play delivers some fine moments of comedy as well as some dark revelations about female neediness.
Man in Snow encourages us to reflect on our own bit of mortality. We don’t probably take the time to do that enough.
Gloucester Blue is a lively play whose glow is generated by the spirited, tragicomic performances of a cast that obviously delights in performing it.
“North Shore Fish” introduces, but then glosses over, the potent issues of working class women struggling to support their families in dead-end factory jobs while their fisherman husbands remain out of sight.