"Sex with Strangers" attempts to address the intriguing issue of perception versus reality against a backdrop of Internet anonymity and viral celebrity. The concept is interesting, fresh and thoughtful, but the overly loquacious script extinguishes the play's fiery and passionate potential.CATCO and CATCO is Kids Announce First Shows of 2017-18 Season February 14, 2017
Glimmering coral reefs and a colorful cast of underwater creatures are brought to life in breathtaking detail in 'Disney's The Little Mermaid,' which opened in Columbus Tuesday night. Presented by Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre, 'The Little Mermaid' is a stage adaptation of the 1989 animated Disney movie that was, in turn, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's original fairy tale.BWW Review: Comedy and Clues Combine in BASKERVILLE, CATCO's Captivating Caper January 30, 2017
Originally written by Sean O'Casey, the play, which presents an unflinching criticism of the 1916 Easter Rising, sparked riots when it was performed in Ireland in 1926. But in front of a crowd of mostly college students on Thursday evening, a reimagined version produced different sentiments -- mainly confusion, but ultimately, empathy.BWW Review: BalletMet's NIGHT AND DAY Shows That Short Works Can Surprise October 23, 2016
An evening at the opera doubles as a dual-departmental showcase of talent in Ohio State's production of 'Dido & Aeneas.' Presented as a collaborative effort from OSU's School of Music and Department of Dance, 'Dido & Aeneas' features students performing in the cast, chorus, orchestra and as dancers.BWW Review: TWISTED 2 a Celebration of all Things Columbus September 23, 2016
It's not every day you are invited to sit in the studio audience of a late-night talk show -- especially one hosted by the Supreme Being credited with creating heaven and earth. CATCO's 'An Act of God' brings the King of the Universe to a sparsely decorated set in the heart of Ohio for a tell-all session packed with sarcasm, sass and lots of laughs.BWW Interview: Columbus Directors Talk TWISTED 2, Artistic Collaboration in the Capital City September 6, 2016
In a variety of pieces ranging from intimate dances performed to a still, silent room to contemporary choreography paired with unconventional soundtracks and grooving rhythms, the Ohio State Department of Dance's "Spring Dance Concert" explored the connection that binds movement and sound.