Devoted readers of this column will need no reminder that the last thing I am is an Anglophile. In the way that we all have complicated relationships with places and people we’ve left, I’ve been hating the British for years.
Born in England, I came to New York to escape mother. And being a fine, Read More
And so, to the moment the nation has been waiting for! Before announcing the winners of our 2004 Theater Awards, here is Mrs. Kockenlocker, the beloved matriarch of our distinguished firm of accountants, Kockenlocker, Kockenlocker and Kockenlocker, to explain the rules.
“Good evening, everybody. Here are the rules as set out in subsection 2(b), paragraph Read More
I surely can’t be alone in joyfully acclaiming Edward Hall’s all-male A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. I imagine tickets will be hard to come by, but you must beg for one if necessary, or batter down the doors of the theater and storm the place.
The extraordinary production by the Read More