Results tagged with 'jeremy c. welter'
Published Feb. 7, 2014
David Mamet won a Pulitzer Prize for his searing story about men and their lust, their savagery to each other and the personal wilderness they often find themselves stuck in. The play has been done often at all levels since its Broadway debut in 1984, and the version that opened at Off The Wall Theatre Thursday night is a production that matches the explosive power of the script.
Published Oct. 25, 2013
Spoiler alert: If you are a devout Roman Catholic or a devout any kind of Christian, here's a warning about "The Divine Sister," which opened Thursday night at Off The Wall Theatre: Enter at your own risk.
Published Feb. 9, 2013
Once you drag yourself to the end of this play you begin to realize that the only reason anybody either breaks up or gets together is sex. Most of it is pretty straight old-fashioned sex, but with an occasional kink thrown in. And most of us who are over 18 have probably come to the realization that a real relationship is much, much more than that.
Published Dec. 16, 2012
"Gigi," the marvelous movie musical by Lerner and Loewe that opened this weekend at the tiny Off The Wall Theatre, is a three-person show, even though there are plenty of other characters. Unfortunately for Off The Wall, the three main characters are all found wanting, and it makes for an uncomfortable evening of theater.
Published Oct. 27, 2012
It's almost impossible to sit through the two hours of "Trainspotting" without scratching your arms to get rid of the dirty rash that you are sure must be growing on you. Having said that, it should be noted that there is a real play here, full of despair, love, joy and sorrow and a glimpse at a world none of wants to visit, much less actually spend any time in.
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