Irish daughter, Irish mother: playwright Hammond readies for world premiere of ‘The Eva Trilogy’ at the Magic

For playwright Barbara Hammond, some very significant moments have inspired her latest play, a very personal work that combines the power of her Irish heritage with her experiences as a … Continue reading Irish daughter, Irish mother: playwright Hammond readies for world premiere of ‘The Eva Trilogy’ at the Magic

Holt shares her passion for a French icon in The Marsh’s ‘Colette Uncensored’

There is not one specific thing that fascinates Lorri Holt about French renaissance woman Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette. It’s not just the phenomenal storytelling ability, a woman who penned the French classic … Continue reading Holt shares her passion for a French icon in The Marsh’s ‘Colette Uncensored’

Review: Uneven ‘Imaginary Comforts’ advocates for the story

One of the few Jewish funerals I have attended, it was easy to be intoxicated by the power of the rabbi. From what I gathered, the rabbi’s job is twofold … Continue reading Review: Uneven ‘Imaginary Comforts’ advocates for the story