Native American legend, mythology, and biblical undertones are woven into Halcyon Theatre's epic "Trickster." The show, writen and directed by Halycon' artistic director Tony Adams, revolves loosely aroudn survival and features a large and diverse cast. Dueling Critics, Jonathan
Just in time for the holiday season, when airports and highways are filled with people en route to visit family, comes "Travels with My Aunt." This black comedy has been adapted from Graham Greene's novel of the same name by Giles Havergal at the Writers' Theatre.Directed by Stuart C
Debates earlier this week around the extension of the Bush-era tax cuts has some crying class warfare. Though Oscar Wilde never called for anything like armed conflict, his mockery of the upper crust in Victorian England was revolutionary in its own way.
The road trip is a familiar formula in novels and films – On the Road, Thelma and Louise, It Happened One Night. But what about the theater?Our itinerary for this week's dueling critics involves a mother and daughter duo: Beatriz and Olivia.