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Regrets Only. STAGE REVIEW:  “Life Masks” by Lorinne Vozoff and Eduardo Machado

Regrets Only. STAGE REVIEW: “Life Masks” by Lorinne Vozoff and Eduardo Machado

Posted On: November 07, 2016

REVIEW by LindaAnn Loschiavo “It had occurred to me that all human beings are divided into those who [...]

Trash Talk. STAGE REVIEW of  “Storage Locker” by Jeff Stolzer

Trash Talk. STAGE REVIEW of “Storage Locker” by Jeff Stolzer

Posted On: October 15, 2016

Review by LindaAnn LoSchiavo When he was living in Chicago, actor Bryn Packard got hooked on a reality [...]

“Tony’s Twice Told Tale of an Amour Fou.” FILM REVIEW: “Mon Roi”

“Tony’s Twice Told Tale of an Amour Fou.” FILM REVIEW: “Mon Roi”

Posted On: September 03, 2016

By LindaAnn Loschiavo “Women marry men hoping they will change. Men marry women hoping they will not. So [...]

BAD TRIP. STAGE REVIEW:  “To Damascus, Part II” by August Strindberg

BAD TRIP. STAGE REVIEW: “To Damascus, Part II” by August Strindberg

Posted On: March 28, 2016

Reviewed by LindaAnn Loschiavo for L’Idea According to the New Testament, the conversion of Paul the Apostle occurred [...]

A Beef Grows in Brooklyn. STAGE REVIEW:  “A View from the Bridge” by Arthur Miller

A Beef Grows in Brooklyn. STAGE REVIEW: “A View from the Bridge” by Arthur Miller

Posted On: January 19, 2016

A Review by LindaAnn Loschiavo “This is the slum that faces the bay on the seaward side of [...]

Penned up on Lake Geneva OPERA-FILM REVIEW:  “Villa Diodati” by Mira J. Spektor

Penned up on Lake Geneva OPERA-FILM REVIEW: “Villa Diodati” by Mira J. Spektor

Posted On: November 16, 2015

Reviewed by LindaAnn Loschiavo Missed your engraved invitation to spend the summer of 1816 on Lake Geneva with [...]

I Could Have Danced All Night. STAGE REVIEW:  “Cinderella” by Austin McCormick

I Could Have Danced All Night. STAGE REVIEW: “Cinderella” by Austin McCormick

Posted On: October 29, 2015

In “Cinderella” by Charles Perrault, the hard-working orphan is rewarded by the Fairy Godmother with a gown, [...]

Pygmalion Comes A Courting. STAGE REVIEW:  “Half Moon Bay” by John Jiler

Pygmalion Comes A Courting. STAGE REVIEW: “Half Moon Bay” by John Jiler

Posted On: October 21, 2015

In Metamorphoses, Ovid’s narrative poem, we first shook hands with the bachelor Pygmalion, a sculptor who doted on [...]

Casting Couch 101. STAGE REVIEW:  “Schooled” by Lisa Lewis

Casting Couch 101. STAGE REVIEW: “Schooled” by Lisa Lewis

Posted On: October 14, 2015

Since most theatre critics are also writers with a screenplay or two stashed in a desk drawer, seeing [...]

Damned If You Do. STAGE REVIEW:  “Comes a Faery” by James McLindon

Damned If You Do. STAGE REVIEW: “Comes a Faery” by James McLindon

Posted On: October 07, 2015

Temptation has been arresting attention since the tale of Adam and Eve. Whether one boldly seeks out Satan [...]

Faith, Hope, But Too Much Solidarity. STAGE REVIEW: “Believers” by Ken Jaworowski

Faith, Hope, But Too Much Solidarity. STAGE REVIEW: “Believers” by Ken Jaworowski

Posted On: September 29, 2015

If you’ve ever wondered, “Where is God when tragedy befalls a good person?” then “Believers,” Ken Jaworowski’s tense [...]

STAGE REVIEW: “Rachel” by Jessica and Jared Field

STAGE REVIEW: “Rachel” by Jessica and Jared Field

Posted On: July 24, 2015

 A Fearless Feminist and the Story behind “Silent Spring” On Saturday July 25, 2015 you have one last [...]