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.
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
Humble and sincere as any of his characters, I realize quickly that he will leave an immeasurable impact on theatre long after I am gone. He speaks in the same way he writes, with unconscious music and interest in that which is beautiful.BWW Reviews: Nilo Cruz's ALICE N. A Vibrant Portrait of Grief October 10, 2017
The underrated masterpiece, under the direction of Matt Stabile, gives three world class performers rise to the unbelievable character depth and connectivity that is Cruz' staple.BWW Previews: Nilo Cruz' ALICE N. at Theatre Lab October 6, 2017
Rehearsals for the very first reading of Cruz' newest work, Alice N., are moving along with the five performers flowing through Cruz' poetic script and Theatre Lab's black box transporting through time and countries to prepare for audiences.BWW Feature: PLAY READINGS WITH NILO CRUZ at FAU Theatre Lab October 5, 2017
The scatting, the clown noses, and the gruesome content all bounce through the asymmetrical loft as Rodaz plays with his Wild Party just one final time before he unleashes the orgy upon the world.BWW Reviews: Fresh SWEENEY TODD Reinvents Darkness July 17, 2017
Clive Cholerton takes the demon barber's ballads into new dimensions of cruelty and possibility.