Tag Archives: Vanessa Morosco
Dramaworks’ Skylight Offers A Window To Differing Views
A war of words smoothly flows between two articulate, bright people with immensely opposing views on nearly every subject in British playwright David Hare’s drama Skylight, receiving a perceptive production at Palm Beach Dramaworks.
In Upcoming ‘Skylight’, Battle Is As Political As It Is Domestic
Skylight might seem just an intriguing play focusing on an older widower trying to rekindle a relationship with a younger woman with whom he was having an affair with while he was married. But David Hare’s drama to open at Palm Beach Dramaworks is far deeper and more complicated. Emotions are with conflicting socio-economic-political attitudes on a dozen very timely topics, all colliding in passionate verbal sparring.
Funny & Tragic Pursuit Of Fame In The House Of Blue Leaves
The House of Blue Leaves gets as funny and touching a production from Palm Beach Dramaworks as anyone can ask for. Its virtues include superb direction, a flawless creative team and a wall-to-wall cast of actor-clowns willing to bury themselves inside the off-kilter and flawed characters.
Don’t Let Esoteric Details Dissuade You; Let Dramaworks’ Arcadia Swirl Around You
Palm Beach Dramaworks’ production of Arcadia is Tom Stoppard’s love letter to the miracle of human intelligence’s pursuit of learning — with a gentle jab at the hubris of those who are so taken with that pursuit.
Get Ready For Brain-Stretching Ride In Dramaworks’ Arcadia
When idea-hungry audiences at Palm Beach Dramaworks who have cheered Ionesco and Albee are faced with something less challenging, some complain to Producing Artistic Director William Hayes that they can see that fare elsewhere. They will get their wish in extremis this month with Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia.
Disgraced Makes You Reexamine What You Think, Who You Are
Disgraced, bravely offered to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s mainstream audience, is an incisive drama dissecting intersecting issues of ethnic identity, assimilation and especially persisting fear-fueled prejudices in post-9/11 America.