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Trevor Durham

Trevor Durham 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.



BWW Interviews: SHREK THE MUSICAL Cast on Creating Something Unique, Remaking a Classic, and Truly Telling A Story
May 31, 2018

Sitting with a group of contracted, professional artists whose ages ranged from only seventeen to early twenties, seemed surreal as the show they aspired to perfect. Each question was target for their sharp tongues and good humor, giving one of the most riotous interviews in Miami's theatre scene.

BWW Reviews: SHREK THE MUSICAL is An Abstract, Surreal Expression of Art
May 27, 2018

Area Stage Company's Shrek The Musical doesn't redefine the wheel, it instead hands the audience a jet-pack.

BWW Reviews: Denton Community Theatre's HEATHERS Belting Vocals and Black Humor Make for Big Fun
April 13, 2018

Denton Community Theatre's Heathers is a celebration of all that glorious angst given by some truly beautiful performers.

BWW Reviews: Outre's HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH A Fresh Exploration of Rock and Destitution
March 29, 2018

Hedwig and the Angry Inch has kick stepped its way onto the Pompano Beach Cultural Center stage, with innovative emotional drives and unbelievable passions behind the two starring performers, which director Skye Whitcomb bond in a tirade of pained punk sincerity.

BWW Reviews: Slow Burn's MEMPHIS Gives Music of the Soul
March 26, 2018

Patrick Fitzwater's Memphis keeps the dance swaying, the blues sinful, and the singing like a demon possessed.

BWW Interviews: BENDELACREME On DRAG BECOMES HER, Future Shows, and THAT Elimination
March 13, 2018

Between the San Francisco premiere and her return to Seattle, BenDeLa answered questions about her shows, camp queens, and what's next for the so-called martyr of All Stars 3.

February 18, 2018

"It doesn't have to have that TV brand on it to make it a worthy event. Again, it's for the community. It's for the people. It's for all ages, it's a pageant! It's a night of really extravagant entertainment and glamour and humor and just a really good time."

BWW Interviews: RACHEL BAY JONES On Connections, Theater's Impact, and How Art Will Save Us
February 12, 2018

'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

The culmination of coast to coast minds, razor sharp wit, and star-power of the cast, makes Mister Act a smash hit of drag talent that hopefully is the first of many LRI/Peaches Christ productions.

BWW Interviews: WILLAM on MISTER ACT and His Newest Projects
January 31, 2018

I can't think of a more versatile drag performer than Willam, nor a bigger brand. Starring in multiple shows and a Lady Gaga film in the same year. A second book on the horizon. And who knows what else is in store?

BWW Interviews: LATRICE ROYALE on MISTER ACT, Future Shows, and The Latrice Factor - 'There's No School For This'
January 25, 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

Under the wistful and attentive direction of Patrick Fitzwater, Bridges is a lyrical, wrenching tour de force certain to wring the hearts of thousands.

BWW Interviews: PEACHES CHRIST on Future Projects, Drag, and Loving Yourself
January 18, 2018

Peaches dishes on future projects, her time in drag, and the importance of loving yourself first. 'It's just suspending reality and letting yourself go. In a way, I feel like, more than art, these days, what we do could be considered therapy.'

BWW Interview: Jeremy Jordan on Taking Risks, His Dream Collaboration, and Saving Twitter
January 5, 2018

After a day of work in Vancouver, Jeremy Jordan still finds the time to spin his charm. 'Everybody has something incredible to offer, it's just a matter of finding out what that is and going for it.'

BWW Reviews: Spectacular SECRET GARDEN Blossoms at Slow Burn
December 17, 2017

Fitzwater's immersion is beyond what you could find at any garden, and deeper than the grandest of canyons.

BWW Reviews: MNM's LITTLE SHOP a Star-Studded Suppertime
December 5, 2017

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

Fitzwater's SECRET GARDEN is only a week into rehearsals, prominent and promising as the show could possibly be; his intimate, detail-oriented direction and meticulous manipulation of the stage is already making his Secret Garden a thrilling, sensational work.

BWW Reviews: PETER AND THE STARCATCHER Reminds Audiences to Fly with a Smile
November 12, 2017

Patrick Fitzwater brings us a world made of faith, trust, and pixie dust in his rendering of Peter and the Starcatcher, the side-splitting show Peter of a hundred heart-warming grins taking flight.

BWW Interview: Darius J. Manuel On Being Multi-Disciplined, Art with Heart - 'Dream Fierce'
November 12, 2017

I am proud to have met rising artist Darius J. Manuel, a man bursting forth with the energetic, raw force of voice across any medium he inhabits. 'Don't let the journey be tainted by pride. Dream big. Dream fierce. Stay relentless, friends.'

Broadway Choreographer of Anastasia and GGTLAM ADAM CATES Coming to Area Stage Company
November 1, 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.