A writer and producer for MTV’s Girl Code, and her own recently released web series, Seeing Other People, Brooke Van Poppelen is an unpredictable human laugh machine.
Set in a Memphis beauty parlor/boarding house during the waning days of World War II, seven African-American women wrestle with the uncertainty of what the future will hold when, and if, their men return.
There is nothing more entertaining than straight men dressing as women, especially when Harvey Fierstein gets to write their lines. Speakeasy has a knack for finding the fun shows, too.
Rikke Borge had a fascinating upbringing, a serious acting career and today resides in the Berkshires where she trains and boards horses.
Gail Burns found Little Shop “a solid production of this beloved and technically difficult show,” despite having a few problems.
Three boys sacrifice a normal high school experience for the sake of ambition and a love of dance. This documentary follows them for four critical years in their development.
In Boston there has been a howl of outrage over the plans Emerson College has proffered for remaking the Colonial Theatre.