Tag: InterAct Theatre

  • The first 25,000 words

    Let’s start with some local theater reporting.  The winter season has kicked off, and I’m pleased to report about some wonderful things happening right now in the Philadelphia area.  I saw two intriguing shows in the past couple of weeks: Informed Consent at the Lantern Theater and Marcus/Emma at InterAct Theatre.  Neither was perfect, but both kept me…

  • Coming up for air

    The election is over, and I’ve gone through the appropriate grieving period, and now I think I’m ready to blog again.  God, that sounds pathetic.  Not untrue, mind you, but pretty pathetic.  In any case, I didn’t feel like subjecting anyone to the spiders in my brain, so I fumigated, and hopefully I can get…

  • In the lobby of the Adrienne

    Oh, the joys of visiting InterAct Theatre Company and seeing their current production, The Three Christs of Manhattan, by local playwright Seth Rozin.  I managed to score a half-price ticket for Wednesday night, and ran into old friends Andi Sotzing (who does dubious things at Philadelphia Artists’ Collective but used to do dubious things at the…

  • Do android playwrights dream of electric critics?

    As usual, let me start this post by encouraging you to check out the latest episodes of Martinis with Nick.  Episode 1.4 features director David O’Connor, juggling, and some very sexy shots of me stuffing a cephalopod.  Episode 1.5 features actor and director Charlotte Northeast and me drinking in a living room fort. As it happens, my last fortnight has…