As the home of stylish comedies of manners and exuberant musicals, Circle Theatre isn't usually where you'd look for new and deeply reflective drama. But they've taken it on here in the form of Andrew Bovell’s poetic account of family dystopia, and it is a beauty.
Though he’s played memorable roles on critically acclaimed television programs like Shameless and Mad Men, the ability to make it as someone who’s not technically an “A-lister” has become increasingly more difficult with the onset of reality TV, and larger changes in Hollywood.
The story of a Brazilian man who died after performing the role of Judas in the Passion of the Christ inspired writer Ian Belknap to think about this story as a performance piece gone inspirationally wrong.
Boy bands like One Direction may be popular, but many argue they're nothing compared to the boy bands of the '90s. Really, it seems every boy band is is supposed to make the ones that came before it look wholly unimpressive.