Trevor Durham has been covering theatre for years, starting off as a Cappies Critic before he became a staff writer for ULoop, the FSView, working with the Tallahassee Democrat, The Tab, and more. His writings have been featured in the Sun Sentinel and the Palm Beach Post. Durham is also a playwright, whose shows have seen the New York Stage and helped out his community by providing internships to students.
Fitzwater has finally gotten his chance to deliver Big River, a production dazzling in its music and performances, showcasing a wild range of talents that give this American musical the most American feel a show could hope for.BWW Interview: Shelley Keelor, 'Stage Mom' Extraordinaire February 20, 2017
A two and a half hour marathon of absurdism, clever dancing around endless prop pieces, Peter and the Starcatcher is the most intriguing theatrical experiment an audience could have ever envisioned from such a colorful flight to Neverland.BWW Review: TCC's Uncut THE CRUCIBLE Is a Powerful Classic November 17, 2016
Once in a very rare moment do you see community art shine, shine like a diamond in the rough, shine like nothing you could have hoped to find there. Rarely can one expect to find New York quality shows in a space outside of the great white way, perhaps Boston or Chicago. Not Broward, never Broward. Some blessings reach far, in the figure of Patrick Fitzwater and Slow Burn Theatre, opening their bright new season with a shock. Under a very exclusive contract, Fitzwater and his team are premiering The Hunchback of Notre Dame, a Disney produced show with only four productions ever produced. The score is one of the most challenging and daunting ever written, the characters dark as Victor Hugo's original novel, and technical nightmares never seen in south Florida. Somehow, through the magic of his performers (and a full choir), Fitzwater puts on a premiere that rivals New York, a show that most have never seen before, certainly one of the greatest productions the state has ever seen.BWW Review: Lake Worth Playhouse's URINETOWN a Rush of Wit October 22, 2016
Political humor and an abundance of urine aren't an obvious match for downtown Lake Worth's theatre scene. Artistic director Jodie Dixon-Mears and director Clayton Phillips decided, after many years of waiting, that the time was ripe to throw Mark Hollman and Greg Kotis' satirical masterpiece at the Palm Beaches. Boasting a cast of strong vocalists, and the comedic timing this show requires, Urinetown at the Lake Worth Playhouse is a strong stream of wit.BWW Review: ROCKY HORROR SHOW is Absolute Pleasure October 21, 2016
Director Jilian Wesolowski has perfected the Rocky Horror Show.