Did Martin Scorsese want this film about religious faith to reverberate so faintly, to make its point through such awkward stillness?
I won’t even try to tell you what the play was all about—I don’t think I fully understood myself. But I can tell you this much: the play works; it gives the actors a number of situations rich in meaning and emotion to explore. And explore they do. Silence by Moira Buffini. Directed by SerahRose […]
I figure you know where the killer Scrooges are, so this month I look for alternatives to the usual holiday fare. The American Repertory Theater and GAN-e-meed Theatre Project are serving up something different, and SpeakEasy Stage Company says it has found “hip” holiday fare. I have heard that one before, but you never know. […]