iOS app Android app

Entries by Fern Siegel from 09/2013

Stage Door: Brendan at the Chelsea

| Posted 09.08.2013 | Arts

Irish writer Brendan Behan was as renown for his plays as his drinking antics, but attempting to present the life of this complicated, talented man, who died in 1964, is tough.

Stage Door: You Never Can Tell

| Posted 09.15.2013 | Arts

George Bernard Shaw was a master at social critique. His humor and insight are on display in off-Broadway's You Never Can Tell, which opens the Pearl Theatre Co.'s new season.

Stage Door: Romeo and Juliet

| Posted 09.20.2013 | Arts

"My only love springs from my only hate," bemoans Juliet. She's a Capulet and her beloved Romeo, a Montague, hail from rival families that despise each other. While the hatred is primal, this rendition of Romeo and Juliet adds another ripple: Juliet is black.