Tag Archives: Jefferson Mays
Report From New York: Oslo Peeks Behind The Scenes Of Diplomacy And Politics
In this dispiriting time of eroding international relations, the incisive play Oslo is both hearteningly optimistic and existentially pessimistic about human beings’ ability to negotiate and compromise past their differences to accords that improve life as we know it.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Bartlett Sher, J.T. Rogers, Jefferson Mays, Jennifer Ehly, Michael Aronov, Oslo Leave a comment
Report from New York: Some Hot Lessons From A Cold Winter
A pre-holiday foray to a snow-struck Broadway delivered a master class of insights that last beyond a temporary season, whether it was Macbeth or Matilda, The Glass Menagerie or A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, even A Night With Janis Joplin, Domesticated and Murder For Two.