Tag Archives: Robert Caisley
Caisley’s Happy Is Corrosive Flawed, But Intriguing Comedy About Self-Deception
New Theatre’s production of Robert Caisley’s sardonically titled Happy is not an evening you “like” watching an “emotional terrorist” spend 80 minutes mercilessly carving away a nebbish’s illusion of well-being. But even with a flawed mounting of a script that still needs work, Happy is undeniably an intriguing examination of modern man burying true feelings under a socially-acceptable but life-denying veneer.
July New Theatre Benefit Benefits From New Theater
New Theatre has a long tradition of promoting new works; now new works return the favor as 14 playwrights donate their efforts at a July 6-8 benefit for the Miami-Dade company dubbed the Miami 1-Acts Festival.
New Theatre’s New Season: Two Premieres & Two Edgier Shows But No Shakespeare For Now
New Theatre, which weathered eviction from its Coral Gables home late last year, has announced two world premieres and a late night program as part of its upcoming season at its new home at the Roxy Performing Arts Center. But none is likely to be a work by Shakespeare because of the economic burden of the Bard’s large casts, said Managing Director Eileen Suarez.