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Posts tagged ‘John Lacovelli’

12
Sep

Ma Rainey Stuns at The Taper

By Patrick Hurley

August Wilson’s blues masterpiece Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom comes to vivid life in director Phylicia Rashad’s stunning production, playing now at the Mark Taper Forum. Read more »

6
May

A Winning Endgame

By Patrick Hurley

Filling the emptiness that accompanies the mundaneness of everyday life is a recurring theme throughout the work of Samuel Beckett. He creates cold, isolated landscapes and then populates them with characters who are usually incapable of escaping the dreary and awful world around them. Endgame, playing now at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, is a classic example of Beckett at his very best.  Read more »

14
Jun

American Idiot: This is Our Youth

By Patrick Hurley
Green Day’s rock musical American Idiot comes to vivid life in Doma Theatre Company’s high-octane production at the MET theatre, playing now through July 26. Read more »

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Writes Plays & TV. Rewrites Queer History.

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