Interview with Jason O’Neill of “Riverdance”

Interview with Jason O’Neill of “Riverdance”

Jason O’Neill is a principal dancer at RIVERDANCE. The show is celebrating the 20th anniversary. For those of you who have seen it, you can look forward to some new things! There is a new set design, lighting design and powerful female dance number called “Anna Livia”. They have a superb onstage band and the… Continue Reading

The Great Work at the Guthrie Theater

The Great Work at the Guthrie Theater

THE GREAT WORK is a world premiere musical by 7th House Theater. The show follows the world’s most renowned living pianist on a journey into his past. THE GREAT WORK was so beautiful, I’ve decided to highlight my three favorite elements instead of writing a typical review. 1. David Darrow’s Music- I’ve seen David act… Continue Reading

Five Steps to Theatre Etiquette

Five Steps to Theatre Etiquette

Some theatre newcomers are not sure what proper theatre etiquette is so I’m here to lay out five steps for you. Just think of a theatre like a movie theater. You don’t want to make much noise and you want to allow others around you to enjoy the show. 1. Turn off your cell phone… Continue Reading

Spring Awakening on Broadway

Spring Awakening on Broadway

Combining sign language and musical theater is not an easy task. However, Deaf West Theatre has taken their California production and mounted it on the Broadway stage like a pro. The story tells of young German children in the 1890’s. They are exploring life in a time when authority is strong and questioning is not… Continue Reading

Something Rotten on Broadway

Something Rotten on Broadway

SOMETHING ROTTEN tells the tale of the Bottom brothers and their quest to write and perform a stellar play. It is set in 1595 in South London where Shakespeare works as well. Nick, played by Brian d’Arcy James was spectacular. You couldn’t help but want to watch him. His facial expressions, gestures and emotions were… Continue Reading

In Your Arms at The Old Globe

In Your Arms at The Old Globe

IN YOUR ARMS is a world premier dance-theatre musical currently playing at The Old Globe in San Diego. The unique events range across cultures and eras to tell stories through the universal language of dance. IN YOUR ARMS runs an hour and forty-five minutes with no intermission.    There are thirteen vignettes which are all… Continue Reading

Interview with actor, Keith Wallace

Interview with actor, Keith Wallace

Keith Wallace is a third year M.F.A. actor at UC San Diego. He recently wrote and is performing in a play that is being produced by the La Jolla Playhouse in their International With Out Walls (WoW) Festival. THE BITTER GAME which explores the subtle and often unrecognized effects of racism, the question of police… Continue Reading