Tag Archives: Donald Margulies

Bravura Acting Duo Highlights Dramaworks’ ‘Collected Stories

Palm Beach Dramaworks’ production of Collected Stories is not only one of the most affective and effective dramas seen in the region for many months, it offers a superb performance by a young actress Keira Keeley molded by gifted director Paul Stancato, and one of the best performances by an experienced actress we’ve seen in a long, long time, that of Anne-Marie Cusson.

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Report From New York: Margulies Echoes Chekhov In Well-Built The Country House

Donald Margulies’ The Country House riffs on Chekhov’s The Seagull but stands as its own as a compassionately sad-funny portrait of an emotional landscape.

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“Time Stands Still” Is Fodder For Introspection As Drama Unfolds

Donald Margulies’ drama Time Stands Still which enjoys a solid production at GableStage is not a thrilling or enthralling production; it’s one that keeps you thinking long after the lights come back up about whether we are jettisoning our responsibility as human beings to, first, feel something and, second, act on it.

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Parade Productions’ Brooklyn Boy Is Mildly Funny, Mildly Moving But Flawed Evening

Avi Hoffman’s performance as a troubled writer, struggling to deal with success but escape his past, is one of the virtues in the promising but flawed inaugural offering from Parade Productions, a professional company performing in Mizner Park. There’s a lot of talent here working very hard, but not a lot of electricity emanating from the elegiac, mildly funny, mildly moving tale.

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