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 Previews: WILD PARTY at Area Stage Company
August 4, 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.

BWW Reviews: Area Stage's SPRING AWAKENING Touches with Raw Originality
June 5, 2017

The well-oiled machine Manuel has created in his Spring Awakening is a small miracle in the intimate space, showcasing the truly remarkable cast.

BWW Reviews: SPAMALOT Ferocious, Fast-Paced Comedy Smash
May 30, 2017

Returning-MNM director/ choreographer Kimberly Dawn Smith's smart attention to the wondrously strong cast, and obvious love of the absurdity, power her Spamalot through the few brief stumbles to deliver a side-splitting evening.

BWW Reviews: CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN an Irresistibly Sublime Black Comedy
May 20, 2017

The destitute society J. Barry Lewis delivers from his cloudy Inishmaan general store is sadistic comedy in highest form.

BWW Reviews: Slow Burn's AIDA is Perfection Written in the Stars
April 22, 2017

Slow Burn's AIDA will change your life and move your heart along the Nile, thanks to the phenomenal cast and masterful technical work.

BWW Reviews: BIANCA DEL RIO Keeps Hilarious Rolodex of Hate Spinning
April 10, 2017

Drag queen phenomenon Bianca Del Rio spent nearly two hours exploring her infamous 'rolodex of hate' to Tampa's receptive crowd, still managing to shock and surprise in her tour's final legs.

BWW Reviews: Slow Burn's BIG RIVER is A Joyous Musical Ride
March 19, 2017

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

Keelor is a pure ball of sunshine with the performative strength of a bomb, even as she raises a son and tours the world.

BWW Feature: TWYLA THARP DANCE at Ruby Diamond
February 8, 2017

Opening Nights of Florida State University will be presenting a special performance of Twyla Tharp Dance to celebrate their 50th anniversary.

BWW Reviews: VOCALOSITY An Unrivaled A Capella Concert Experience
February 7, 2017

A journey of a capella, musical history, love, humor, and mind-numbing vocal talent, Vocalosity is the musical power-group you never knew you needed.

BWW Reviews: Theatre Tallahassee's PRIVATE LIVES Witty, Romantic Fun
February 4, 2017

Davis' production of Private Lives is a romantic journey of love that delivers the wit and charm of each lover with a lot of laughs.

BWW Review: Lake Worth Playhouse's EVITA Missteps, but Finds Waltz for Eva and Che
February 3, 2017

Erin Pittleman has taken the rock musical to the mainstage of the Lake Worth Playhouse, and despite some awkward staging and jagged transitions, the performances of her biggest players keeps the production rolling.

BWW Review: Tallahassee Hispanic Theater's ANNA IN THE TROPICS A Literary, Emotional Wonder
February 3, 2017

Carr's Anna in the Tropics overwhelms in delight that simply cannot be denied, through exquisitely emotional performance and a literary script that dashes Cuban-American culture into the canon.

BWW Preview: VOCALOSITY Lights Up Tallahassee with Local Help
February 1, 2017

An a capella concert will present the premiere tour of Vocalosity to Tallahassee audiences, with the help of local group Mane Event.

BWW Review: Slow Burn's TITANIC a Haunting, Soulful Dirge
January 28, 2017

Director Patrick Fitzwater has grasped the drama of the cold, dark tale to present an almost operatic tragedy and a roaring score only he could wrestle onto the stage.

BWW Previews: Theatre Tallahassee's PRIVATE LIVES Shapes to Be Witty Fun
January 26, 2017

January 13, 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

Director Matthew Watson presents an unabridged production of Miller's classic, with strong performers and supporting tech.

BWW Review: AND THEN THERE WERE NONE a Testament to Mystery, Great Performances
November 6, 2016

Director Melissa Findley tackles a test of cunning, wits, and nuance.