Tag Archives: Pilar Uribe
New Theatre’s Twain and Shaw Not Engrossing Enough
An intriguing premise and the words of two witty literary giants are not enough to build an engrossing evening in New Theatre’s world premiere of Chambers Stevens’ comedy, Twain and Shaw Do Lunch.
Posted in General Tagged Bill Schwartz, New Theatre, Pilar Uribe, Roxy Theatre Group, Steve Chambers Leave a comment
Women Drivers Mirthful and Moving But Mired in Metaphors
By Bill Hirschman There is something inexplicably hilarious about people struggling to master the high technology of operating an automobile. One of the funniest comedy routines of the second half of the 20th Century has to be Bob Newhart’s deadpan …
Posted in General Tagged Genie Croft, Jacqueline Laggy, Lela Elam, Miki Edelman, Pilar Uribe, Terry Lawrence, The Women's Theatre Project Leave a comment