Tag Archives: Amy Herzog

Generation Clash Helps Fuel 4000 Miles at Dramaworks

Sometimes, the worthwhile reason to see Palm Beach Dramaworks’ mounting of 4000 Miles, the satisfying treat is watching the vibrating depiction by up-and-comer Gabriell Salgado of a deeply troubled young man and the brilliant portrait by Patricia Conolly of a 91-year-old grandmother staying vital and engaged while struggling with the debilitating effects of old age.

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Memory Is the Real Villain In Zoetic’s The Great God Pan

The unreliability of memory — and the resulting doubt and guilt — swirl through Zoetic Stage’s finely crafted production of The Great God Pan.

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Theater Up Close Announces New Season For Arsht, Zoetic, House Theatre and UM Students

An increasingly ambitious season has been announced for Theater Up Close’s 2013-2014 schedule, the initiative which teams the Adrienne Arsht Center with Zoetic Stage, the University of Miami theater program and the House Theatre of Chicago.

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Harriet Oser Is the Reason To Travel GableStage’s 4000 Miles

GableStage’s production of Amy Herzog’s play 4000 Miles is a puzzle. We can tell you the intriguing premise, we can sketch out the plot, we can describe the engaging characters, we can praise the strong performances and even identify the touching and funny moments. But we can’t tell you what the play is about or the pattern those jigsaw pieces create.

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After the Revolution at the Caldwell is a Tale of Family Betrayals More than Politics

After the Revolution is a smooth, polished, persuasive production — well-acted and directed — that is intellectually stimulating, but the playwright’s witty repartee undercuts the emotional anguish.

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Jackie Rivera: An Adult At Last in Caldwell’s New Family Drama After the Revolution

Although she just turned 25, Jackie Rivera s best known locally for a procession of pugnacious characters negotiating late adolescence, but now she has the linchpin role as Emma, the idealistic social activist in Caldwell Theatre Company’s season opener, After the Revolution.

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