Boundary-breaking artist Laurie Anderson brings her renowned documentary Heart of a Dog — an autobiographical film about love and loss — as the first installation of MASS MoCA’s annual documentary film series, Love is Complicated.
Ren Jender (Bitch Flicks) shares her reviews and comments on Laurie Anderson’s film and finds it is mostly a meditation on grief and death with the focus on her dog, a rat terrier named Lolabelle. What it isn’t about, at least not directly, is Lou Reed, though he has a cameo in the film.
At Images Nov. 13-19, this film about the discoveries of social scientist Stanley Milgem reminds us of the artificiality of the powers that govern our lives, and their power over us. “Experimenter” is not your traditional documentary, it is a revelation.
Gail Burns found Little Shop “a solid production of this beloved and technically difficult show,” despite having a few problems.
Critic Roseann Cane reports that “this production, beautifully directed by Eric Hill, boasts sterling actors who are not only up to the task, but inspired, fierce, funny, and fully realized.”
Review of Yasmina Reza’s outrageously funny Tony winning play in which two perfectly behaved couples meet to discuss a fight their two sons had, when civility slips away and all hell breaks loose.
One line zingers, swashbuckling swordplay, the ghost of a long dead actor and a young actor not sure of which direction to point his life make this a fun evening of comedy and theatre.