Homer for Lyric Stage with Odyssey musical Golden Apple.
Unlike Melancholy Play, where it's crickets chirping.
Most of the laughs from Michael Frayn's farce Noises Off come from action, not dialogue. The play has three acts of nonstop physical comedy including doors slamming, pants falling, and plates of sardines and fire axes juggled among actors with split-second precision. In lesser productions than the g ... More >>
Theatre Three production overbroad and unfunny; Gingerbread Lady comes undone.
Plus: Shooting Star shines, and the Big Gay Dance Party that never ends.
T-3 doubles your pleasure with House and Garden's interlocking production; not a lot of funny things happened at WaterTower's Forum
Dizzy doings at CTD's Jeeves; then off to a Trailer Park in Addison
Dyed, fried and double-wide, Trailer Park Musical rolls dirty; Jukebox rocks
In my column this week, I audition for ABC's The Bachelor, joining thousands of women across the country in the quest for true love in prime time. With my love antennae particularly attuned to the plight of the modern mating woman, I noticed that, this year, we're really getting the shaft. (No, not ... More >>
Three merry musicals sing their way to happy endings (wink, wink)