Tag Archives: Marsha Norman
The Bridges Of Madison County Gloriously Soars To The Heights
Slow Burn Theatre Company’s production of The Bridges of Madison County is what critics save up our credibility for – so that when a work of art is this effective, this moving, this captivating, then you’ll know we are urging you to see something truly special.
Slow Burn Hosts Lovely Swirling Visit To The Secret Garden
Be grateful that Slow Burn Theatre Company with its audacious affection for large scale challenging musicals has decided to mount The Secret Garden, that ode to rebirth, memorable for its lush unconventional score that resembles streams of music intertwining into an aural waterfall.
Report From New York: The Bridges Of Madison County Is Surprisingly Lovely, Not Syrupy
Tone is the secret behind the tragically soon-to-close Broadway production of Jason Robert Brown’s lovely, heartfelt and thought-filled musical, The Bridges of Madison County. The theatrical reimagining of the raw material strikes a tone of compassion and complexity that is virtually alien to the Harlequin romance/Lifetime Movie of the Week sensibility of the novel and the film.
Life and Death Hangs in the Balance in Provocative ‘night Mother at Alliance Theatre Lab
Marsha Norman’s powerful play, ‘night Mother, gets a moving production at the Alliance Theatre Lab.