Tag Archives: G. Scott Wild

REVIEW: Marie Antoinette at Trustus Theatre – by Jennifer Hill

“I was built to be this thing and now they’re killing me for it.” — Marie Antoinette Trustus Theater starts off its 31st season strong with Marie Antoinette by David Adjmi. In the first act, Director Robert Richmond takes the … Continue reading

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“The Other Place” at the Trustus Side Door Theatre – a review by Rachel Arling

The Trustus Side Door Theatre production of Sharr White’s The Other Place provides an intriguing  night of theatre that challenges its audience with questions about personal identity, the effects  of illness on relationships, and the conflict between memory and reality. … Continue reading

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REVIEW: The Velvet Weapon, or The Importance of Being Barney – by Jasper Literary Arts editor Ed Madden

    History repeats itself, according to Karl Marx, first as tragedy then as farce.  I couldn’t help but think of this observation while watching The Velvet Weapon, a self-proclaimed farce purportedly inspired by the Velvet Revolution in former Czechoslovakia.  … Continue reading

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