Tag Archives: Ira Levin
Wildly Uneven But Creepily Intriguing Veronica’s Room
Halloween has arrived early with a wildly uneven but strangely intriguing production of Ira Levin’s 1973 exercise in creepiness, Veronica’s Room at Andrews Living Arts. The evening never quite lands as a whole, but there are undeniably flashes and even long stretches that do justice to Levin’s attempt to make the audience wonder what is real and exactly who is crazy.
Deathtrap Remains Witty, Suspenseful At Stage Door, But Not As Vibrant As It Could Be
Miami Stage Door’s first season closer, Deathtrap, is a serviceable if not outstanding edition that understands Ira Levin’s black comedy, appreciates his Swiss watchmaker’s plotting and benefits from a solid performance by Kevin Reilley as a thriller playwright contemplating murder as the means of a comeback.