With this fun and irreverent staging of Cyrano, GSC Artistic Director Robert Walsh has thrown audiences a delightful curve.
Theater Review: “Exposed” — A Toothless “Tartuffe” Update
A genuine satirist kicks against all the pricks, relishing that he or she might challenge rather than placate audiences.
Theater Review: “Ulysses On Bottles” — Floating More Questions Than Answers
Tragedy isn’t when evil triumphs, but when good becomes entangled in its own inevitable contradictions.
Theater Review: “The King of Second Avenue” — Did Somebody Say Putz?
The King of Second Avenue’s one-joke shtick wears out long before the end of this 90-minute musical.
Theater Review: Viva “The World Fixer” at Austrian Stage
In this fiction and plays, Thomas Bernhard creates fascinatingly repugnant monsters, black holes of egotism that are symptomatic of our spiritual and moral myopia.
Fuse Theater Review: “Make My Heart Flutter” — The Father of Israeli Drama Looks at the Foolishness of Infatuation
To its considerable credit, Make My Heart Flutter is more existential, literary, and weird than most American comedies.
Theater Review: “Time Stands Still” — A Too Distant Echo of the War in Iraq
When young photographers went up to the famous war photographer, Robert Capa, and asked him what they could do to make their pictures more gripping, he said: “Go closer!”