Category Archives: Elena Martinez-Vidal

Who is wrong and who is wronged? Ed Madden reviews “Collected Stories” at Trustus Theatre

There was a moment during a dress rehearsal of Collected Stories earlier this week that simply crushed me.  The stage was dark, and a stagehand went around the set in the darkness, slowly and methodically making a mess of the … Continue reading

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Memorable Theatre Moments from 2012 – August Krickel’s picks

This time last year, on a lark, I put together a stream-of-consciousness recollection of some things I had enjoyed on stage over the preceding year.  Would you believe – we set a new record for site visits with that blog … Continue reading

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“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” at Workshop Theatre – a review by August Krickel

Shattered survivors struggle over scraps of nourishment in a barren, apocalyptic wasteland in Workshop Theatre‘s new production of Edward Albee‘s classic play, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?  At least, it seems that way, as we spend a few desperate hours … Continue reading

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