Tag Archives: Claire Brownell

Tryst Plumbs Complexities Of A Scoundrel And His Prey

A swirling spiral of emotional DNA echoes the emotional dance in The Tryst at Palm Beach Dramaworks. It’s a psychologically-rooted tale of romance, albeit an unconventional definition of romance.

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Maltz’s Dial M For Murder Is Sturdy Piece Of 1950s Theater

If you wonder what theater was like back when it was as popular as film and far more influential than the upstart television, you can see a prime example in the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s time machine production of the 1952 potboiler Dial M For Murder.

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Mortality Is Funny As Well As Terrifying In Superb Absurdist Exit The King At Dramaworks

The word “hilarious” rarely applies to a bleak unblinking play about mortality, but Palm Beach Dramawork’s superb production of Eugene Ionesco’s Exit The King earns it, along with “profoundly thought-provoking” and other accolades. Simply, it ranks among the best work that the company has mounted in its 13 seasons.

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