Sex is a very difficult thing to accomplish onstage. I hear
it’s as common as cherry pie backstage, but that’s nothing to do with us.
Onstage sex is tricky. People, after all, are watching.
Voyeurism doesn’t suit the communal activity of theater.
Movies are different; movies are more private. There are dirty movies, no Read More
What a lovely, mad idea to turn James Joyce’s “The Dead” into a musical! The story itself, a masterpiece of decorous gentility and loss, is famously the last short story in Joyce’s Dubliners , and its elegaic, introspective tone would seem a million miles away from the glitz and dross of Broadway.
That the unusual Read More
Richard Nelson’s Goodnight Children Everywhere is a disturbing and lovely domestic drama about the loss of childhood. With this fine American playwright, who has made a habit of understanding the English better than the English, we are invariably in good, nicely unsafe hands.
His latest play, first produced two years ago at his de facto Read More