NYC Review Roundup: Scintillating ‘Slave Play,’ the cruel world of Hades and sexy ‘Oklahoma!’

I was in New York in November for the annual American Theatre Critics Association conference, where I saw six shows in three days, a mix of Broadway and off-Broadway. The … Continue reading NYC Review Roundup: Scintillating ‘Slave Play,’ the cruel world of Hades and sexy ‘Oklahoma!’

Review: No easy answers in strong ‘Mothers and Sons’ at City Lights

When Katharine’s son Andre played Hamlet in New York, there was a moment when he uttered these words: “There’s a special providence in the fall of a sparrow. If it … Continue reading Review: No easy answers in strong ‘Mothers and Sons’ at City Lights

Broadway Review: Humanity at its finest in wonderful ‘Come From Away’

Recently, I attended the American Theatre Critics Association conference in New York City, where I saw four Broadway shows for review. The final of my four reviews is “Come From Away” which … Continue reading Broadway Review: Humanity at its finest in wonderful ‘Come From Away’