Tag Archives: Greg Duffy
A Last Look Back At 2017, A Fine South Florida Theater Season
One pleasure of a theater critic’s job are these year-end retrospectives that require looking back at reviews and be reminded, “Oh, yeah, that was really great. And right, there was that. And how could I forget that one?”
Posted in Features Tagged Actors Playhouse, Anne-Marie Cusson, Area Stage Company, Bruce Linser, Cindy Pearce, City Theatre, Clay Cartland, Conor Walton, David Arisco, David Kwiat, Elena Maria Garcia, Elijah Word, GableStage, Greg Duffy, Gregg Weiner, Ground Up and Rising, Hannah Benitez, Island City Stage, J. Barry Lewis, Jean Josieu, Jessica E. Schulte, Jodi Dellaventura, Joseph Adler, Julie Kleiner, Karen Stephens, Kevin Black, Kevin Reilley, Kimberley Dawn Smith, Lindsay Bell, Main Street Players, Mallory Newbrough, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Marcia Milgrom Dodge, Margaret M. Ledford, Michael Amico, Michael McClain, Michael Ursua, New City Players, Nicholas Richberg, Niki Fridh, outre theatre company, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Patrick Fitzwater, Shane Tanner, Slow Burn Theatre Company, Stuart Meltzer, Theatre Lab, Thinking Cap Theatre, Vicki Lewis, Wick Theatre, Zoetic Stage Leave a comment
Zoetic’s Shimmering Sunday Explores Conflict Between Artists’ Calling And ‘Real Life’
A wave of sheer glory lifts the audience into a firmament of validation, redemption and pure beauty in the last ten minutes of Zoetic Stage’s production of the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine masterpiece Sunday in the Park with George.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Adrienne Arsht Center, Anna Lise Jensen, Carole Caselle, Chaz Mena, Cooper Grodin, Eric Alsford, Greg Duffy, James Lapine, Jayne Ng, Jeni Hacker, Jonah Robinson, Kimberly Doreen Burns, Lucia Fernandez de los Muros, Margot Moreland, Michael Freshko, Michael McClain, Michael Scott Ross, Rebecca Montero, Rick Hvizdak, Shannon Booth, Stephen G. Anthony, Stephen Sondheim, Stuart Meltzer, Sunday in the Park With George, Zoetic Stage Leave a comment