I’ve finally started reading some of the older Elizabethan history plays I probably should have read a long time ago.… Read more Back to the Source
Over the weekend, over the course of two productions, I had my first chance to see the Globe Theatre’s controversial… Read more Thoughts: King Lear & Much Ado
Politics and analytics website FiveThirtyEight recently came out with the conclusion of their series evaluating the role of the media… Read more Review: Ink
One of my pet peeve posts is back in circulation– this tumblr thread, which, despite the correct attribution of date… Read more Artemisia Gentileschi and Historical Fictions
I’ve been wondering for a few months now why Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori’s amazing musical Caroline, or Change hasn’t been a… Read more Caroline, or Change & Nice White People
(this post contains spoilers) We’re four episodes into TNT’s new Shakespeare drama Will before we learn Ellen Burbage’s first name. Between the boy… Read more Justice for Ellen (and the women of Will)
One of the greatest delights of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is the repertory company, wherein actors play multiple roles in… Read more Best OSF Doubles 2017
Measure for Measure might be my least favorite Shakespeare play. Actually, I’m surprised it’s not being performed more often these days:… Read more How Do You Solve A Problem Like Isabella?
I had a busy weekend over at Oregon ArtsWatch, and you can now read my reviews of Connor Kerns’ Tom(boy) Sawyer and… Read more Reviews: 26 Miles and Tom(boy) Sawyer
You can read my coverage of the 2017 Theater Communications Group Conference, held here in Portland, at Oregon ArtsWatch.