Tag Archives: Jonathan Tolins
Actors’ Playhouse Solo Comedy Buyer & Cellar: Hello Gorgeous
A message is wrapped inside Buyer & Cellar about our relationship with celebrities, but it is only the anchor grounding Actors’ Playhouse’s hilarious trip down Alice’s rabbit hole, or more precisely Barbra Streisand’s basement with Chris Crawford’s tour de force.
Island City’s Secrets Of The Trade Examines Adulation
As the season heats up, we enter a period with many openings in the same week. That means reviews will only be in the top four positions for four or five days. To see earlier reviews, check out the red …
1993’s Twilight of the Golds Is Problematic In 2013 But Still Affecting And Unnerving
It’s hard to know what is more upsetting while watching family relationships disintegrate in Jonathan Tolins’ the affecting drama The Twilight of the Golds at Broward Stage Door. Is it that the precious loyalties might disintegrate at all or the disturbing reason that they disintegrate?