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.
'People need theatre in small towns. People need theatre in smaller cities, in different cities. We need it everywhere. It's important as an artist to remember that. It's not just about going for the brass ring - sometimes the brass ring is right there, sitting at home.'BWW Reviews: MISTER ACT A Hilarious Spoof Done Right February 7, 2018
Latrice Royale train barrels forward faster and faster each day. It's hard to guess where she may end up next, but the fact remains - I want to be there when she arrives. 'This is a parody of a classic favorite, Sister Act. We all love Whoopi. What a way to incorporate drag, theater, comedy - all in one show. 'BWW Reviews: Slow Burn's BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY Gripping Experience of Desire January 21, 2018
Bruce Lisner pulls together a star-studded cast of performers, each bringing their own personal blends onto the classic expectations. Despite some technical stumbles, MNM's Little Shop is a toe-tapping, smile-inducing injection for theatre-goers of any age.BWW Previews: SECRET GARDEN at Slow Burn Theatre December 2, 2017
The Area Stage Theatre Company is proud to announce that Broadway Choreographer Adam Cates is coming to Miami to conduct a lecture, workshop and to choreograph a number for the upcoming production of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.BWW Reviews: Vibrant TARZAN at Slow Burn Swings High October 22, 2017
Garcia took each question and spun it onto its head, something her characters are ought to do with each difficulty and challenge, so that they, like Garcia, can create beauty out of darkness.BWW Previews: 1000 MILES at Theatre Lab October 12, 2017
1000 Miles is coming hot on the heels of Nilo Cruz' Alice N., a work of passion and dystopia that beautifully foils what has come before.