Our reviewer Macey Levin writes that “A third of the way through this 85 minute play a corner is turned and we slowly find ourselves in a contemporary/teen-age version of Macbeth.”
A perfect play for off Broadway, an intimate tale of two sisters, with a series of dates that all go wrong, and the ghost of a deceased husband casting a shadow over his widow’s every move.
Two critics – a Republican and a Democrat – saw this show about politics and both had a good time.
The Chinese Room is a sci-fi comedy thriller about artificial intelligence, robots and droids being devised to counteract dementia by Irish playwright Michael West.
Named Las Vegas’ “Comedian Of The Year” nine years in a row, Rita Rudner comes to at The Colonial Theatre on Friday, July 29 at 8pm.
This family show has fights and duels, mistaken identities, recurring jokes and improvised dialogue with a contemporary ring that everyone can enjoy, says reporter Macey Levin.
It’s not easy finding someone new when your husband passes away, and even worse when your family tries to help. This new play is going to be fun.