Tag Archive: AmericanRepertoryTheater

Austen unchained: It’s pure Bedlam at the ART

CAMBRIDGE – It turns out again that pure Bedlam is a lot of fun. Bedlam is the award-winning theatrical troupe known for staging high-flying adaptations of classic works, usually performed by a minimal… Continue reading

Andy, Truman would have loved ‘WARHOLCAPOTE’

CAMBRIDGE – Andy Warhol and Truman Capote would likely have approved of the creativity in what the American Repertory Theater is calling the new production based on their relationship. “WarholCapote,” subtitled “a non-fiction… Continue reading

In the end, ART’s ‘Burn All Night’ doesn’t deliver

CAMBRIDGE – “Burn All Night” never catches fire. At a recent performance, I kept waiting and hoping THAT SONG or THAT MOMENT might come along and light up the new musical now being… Continue reading

After a journey into hell, Ensler’s still here

  Good times and bum times, I’ve seen ’em all And, my dear, I’m still here Plush velvet sometimes Sometimes just pretzels and beer, but I’m here – “I’m Still Here,” by Stephen… Continue reading