Tag: Jacqueline Goldfinger

  • Setting fire to Azuka Theatre

    Happy Tuesday, everyone.  I spent last night at the Wilma Theater, experiencing a reading of the latest creation from Jacqui Goldfinger called The Arsonists, courtesy of Azuka Theatre.  As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, Azuka has produced two of Jacqui’s other plays (to wit, the terrible girls and Skin and Bone), and The Arsonists completes a sort of Southern Gothic…

  • The Philadelphia Connection

    As I teased in my last post, a new book hit the market yesterday called The Philadelphia Connection by B.J. Burton.  B.J. was one of the playwrights associated with the Brick Playhouse back in the late nineties and early naughts, and since those days, she’s engaged in a series of adventures and misadventures and illicit activities…