BWW Reviews: A DELICATE BALANCE - The Wealthy and the Helpless
by Tina Saratsiotis - Jun 28, 2013

Affluent Americans slinging veiled insults and witty retorts is a favorite spectator sport for theatregoers. Family dysfunction transformed into verbal repartee exchanged in a cloud of cigarette smoke and alcohol was especially in vogue in those swinging, drinking eras of the early to mid- twentieth century. First performed in 1966, A DELICATE BALANCE, by Edward Albee (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), is a densely worded drawing room dramedy. It's a well-ordered setting for the messy lives living in it. (more...)

Stumbling Effort
by Daniel Collins - Jan 30, 2011

There's a reason 'She Stoops To Conquer' continues to grace stages worldwide nearly 250 years since it was first performed in 1773...It's funny, and in a myriad of ways (more...)

Photo Flash: Theatrical Mining Company's TURDUCKEN At The Baltimore Playwrights Festival
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2009

Theatrical Mining Company's TURDUCKEN is by Lisa Hodsoll and directed by Andrew Peters. It ran at Le Clerc Hall at the College of Notre Dame as part of the 28th Baltimore Playwrights Festival from July 16, 2008 to August 2, 2009. (more...)

Spotlighters Presents Neil Simon's 'London Suite'
by Charles Shubow - Jan 27, 2009

Last chance to see a quartet of short plays by the prolific Simon.London Suite is a different ball game. It started Off-Broadway at the Union Square Theatre with the likes of Carole Shelley, Kate Burton and Jeffrey Jones. It later became a Hallmark and NBC Entertainment television movie made in LonDon Starring such luminaries at Patricia Clarkson, Kelsey Gtammer, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, and Madeline Kahn among others who arrive at the posh Connaught Hotel. (more...)