Trippy, quirky, thought-provoking mind-f*ck of a good time in The Summoned

If it can be done it will be done. Static for a time, then appearing as if being typed by an unseen hand, there is a quasi-religious elegance to these words. God meets science. This is how the stage is set for Tarragon Theatre’s world premiere of Fabrizio Filippo’s The Summoned, directed by Richard Rose,Continue reading “Trippy, quirky, thought-provoking mind-f*ck of a good time in The Summoned”

Outrage, love & brotherhood – The Normal Heart

Finally got out to see Studio 180 Theatre’s remount of  The Normal Heart at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre last night – and I was especially happy to be there as I’d missed last year’s run. Written by Larry Kramer and directed for Studio 180 by Joel Greenberg – remounted from its 2011 season inContinue reading “Outrage, love & brotherhood – The Normal Heart”