Reviews of current productions by our writers

Bus Stop

Bus stops, those dreadful asylums for awkward stares and weather talk, are not a place of insight, a place of harbor, nor a place for incredibly meaningful conversation. Odd, then, that everybody seems to know everything about each other and… Read More ›


Sitting down to write this review of Parade, the one word I can’t get out of my head is “injustice”. As I watched this fabulous production about a man arrested and charged for a crime he did not commit in… Read More ›


Every time I see a show presented by the Quantum Theatre I am full of compliments about how creatively they use unique spaces to set the feel for their productions. Well their current production of Tamara has taken that factor… Read More ›


I find it difficult to talk about David Mamet. I’m not well-versed in his works, having read Glengarry Glen Ross in college and having trouble talking about it then. Now I’ve seen Romance and I’m still struggling to find my… Read More ›

Fixing King John

“Fixing King John,” running July 18 – August 2 at Off the Wall Theater, by Kirk Lynn is a triumph in both parody and irony. This contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s “King John” capitalizes on vulgarity and juxtaposition in order to… Read More ›