Member of the Connecticut Critics Circle. I have a lifelong interest in theater, and I feel privileged to help promote performing arts. I sincerely believe that civilizations may come and go, but art survives. Has written reviews for Blogcritics.org and various local publications.
Chapatti, written by Irish playwright Christian O'Reilly, fills the house with enough comedy, drama, romance, darkness, and light that patrons will leave knowing that they have enjoyed a bold and life-affirming performance.BWW Review: NOW OR LATER at Square One Theatre Company November 14, 2016
Music Theatre of Connecticut opened their 28th season with a re-imagined production of The World Goes 'Round: The Songs of Kander & Ebb. With a talented cast of musicians and an uber-talented cast of performers, this show will captivate and delight anyone who loves musical theater.BWW Reviews: Square One Theatre Company Invites You to A WALK IN THE WOODS November 14, 2014
Connecticut Free Shakespeare has brought a delightful version of As You Like It to the outdoor stage. As envisioned by director, Ellen Lieberman, this production of Shakespeare's romantic comedy, set in 1969, is a family friendly, drug free 'Be-in' of the theatrical kind.BWW Reviews: Summer Theatre of New Canaan Rocks with HAIRSPRAY July 6, 2014
Darien Arts Center Stage is a community theatre dedicated to providing excellence in entertainment through plays, musicals, cabarets, and special events. Their Weatherstone Studio at the Darien Arts Center has recently played host to a production of Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. Flawlessly directed by Peter Green, the timeless songs, intimate theater setting, simple set pieces, inspired costumes and brilliant Broadway-caliber cast combined for an entertaining and memorable evening. I felt privileged to be able to attend such a perfect production.