Tag Archives: Susie Taylor

Westfall’s Intriguing Premiere ‘Two Weekends and a Day’ Has Promise But Needs More Work

Susan J. Westfall’s Two Weekends and a Day at New Theatre is a classic example of a world premiere that has admirable virtues worth exploring further, but a serious need for more re-tooling.

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Women Playing Hamlet Wryly Examines An Actor’s Inner Life

For such a very funny play, the world premiere of Women Playing Hamlet at New Theatre digs deeply into that alchemical process when an actor draws on their own life experience to create a creature nearly impossible to discern as a character in a play on a stage.

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New Theatre’s Look At Saturday Night Live Not Ready For Prime Time Never Peaks

New Theatre’s debut of the new, locally written work, Not Ready for Primetime, has a way to go before it is actually ready for prime time

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New Theatre’s My First, My Fist Is Sincere, Stylized Misfire

New Theatre’s world premiere of Megan Breen’s examination of sexual repression and liberation, My First, My Fist, My Bleeding Seeded Spirit is a well-intentioned but overheated, self-indulgent, ham-handed, pretentious misfire.

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