Archives for: July 2008

Ishi, a Theatrical History of San Francisco, Extends Through July 27

Having received both critical and popular acclaim, the Theatre Rhinoceros production of John Fisher's Ishi: The Last of the Yahi has been extended through July 27 in San Francisco. Fisher's play is a revisit to San Francisco history, a tale of love, wa… more »

Jones and Thalken's Harold and Maude Plays in Ohio's Cain Park July 31 - Aug. 17

Next week, Cain Park, in Cleveland Heights, will be home to a production of a show that's something of a rarity - Tom Jones and Joseph Thalken's Harold and Maude: An Intimate Musical. The production will run July 31 through August 17. Based on the 197… more »

Yesteryear on Broadway's Laid Out in 'Historic Photos'

About Wednesday last week, I received a review copy of Historic Photos of Broadway: New York Theater 1850-1970 from Turner Publishing, a truly beautiful book that chronicles over a century of events on the Great White Way using some 240 photographs from… more »

ATW News Digest - Greif's Staging of Three Sisters opens in Williamstown - read the reviews

Variety Review: Three Sisters ...In a play aching with unrequited love, perpetual longing and existential angst, few of the actors break out of this empty space and let their characters dig deep. CurtainUp Review: Three Sisters Michael Greif direct… more »

ATW News Digest - [title of show] opens on B'way - read the reviews [updated 7/21/08 AM]

July 21, 2008 Additions: New York Magazine Jeremy McCarter on [title of show] The Meta-Meta-Meta-Musical - When self-reference is not enough. USA Today '[title]': A show about a show? Hmmm TheaterMania Peter Filichia's Diary: [title of rave] Sut… more »