Tag Archives: Lyle Baskin
Cock Takes Hard Look At Nature of Love; GableStage Production Rises to the Occasion
Sex, despite the title at GableStage, and despite the plot, is not what Cock is about. And guess what? It’s sexy. It’s very sexy. But this is a story about love, labels and the pressure society puts on persons to make decisions about both.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Cock, GableStage, Joseph Adler, Julie Kleiner, Lyle Baskin, Mike Bartlett, Nicholas Richberg, Peter Galman, Ryan Didato Leave a comment
“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.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Betsy Graver, Donald Margulies, GableStage, Gregg Weiner, Jeff Quinn, Joseph Adler, Lyle Baskin, Time Stands Still 1 Comment