Betrayal – Harold Pinter

An extramarital affair.Almost a cliche, yet to the people having the affair it can become the center of the universe.At least at the beginning. In Betrayal, playwright Harold Pinter works backwards.The first two scenes are in the present.Scene one,  ...

Communicating Doors – Alan Ayckbourn

If summer is a time for light amusement (and that seems to be the theory under which Hollywood studios and book review sections of newspapers operate), then by all means have a couple of Margueritas and go enjoy Communicating Doors.  ...

A Picasso

by Jeffrey Hatcher Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles The Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater at Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles February 4-March 25, 2007 Written by Jeffrey Hatcher Directed by Gilbert Cates Set  ...

TooT & Noces – review

TooT & Noces Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal Precision, energy, athleticism, humor, and a fine sense of graphic design are the hallmarks of Gradimir Pankov's Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal. In 2000 the Macedonian, Pankov,  ...