Results tagged with 'brent hazelton'
Published Feb. 10, 2014
Outside of a small handful, there are no perfect plays. But one of the unique and wondrous aspects of live theater is that great actors, great directors and great designers can lift any play into such rarefied air that whatever imperfections in the script are largely forgotten and ignored. Such is the story of "The Whipping Man."
Published Jan. 19, 2013
This is a smart play that nibbles around the edges of a thoughtful display of dogma and there are lessons to be learned here. One of those lessons is that great theater doesn't have to be big, it just has to be great.
Published Jan. 16, 2013
Whereas "Inherit the Wind" delivered its debate with heft and unbridled passion, "How the World Began" takes a much quieter approach to the discussion, focusing on just three normal people who become embroiled in both sides of the issue. It's "science versus religion" portrayed in a quieter way than you might expect, but no less fierce.
Published March 13, 2012
The trading deadline in the National Basketball Association is this Thursday, and despite all of the advantages to having a good seven-footer on the team, the rumors are swirling that the Bucks are looking into trade offers for Andrew Bogut.
Published Nov. 18, 2010
You gotta love a theater town that has the world premiere of a play about Liberace and a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta opening on the same weekend. Talk about fun!