Sep '03 [Home]

Other Arts: Theatre

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A Good Time with Chekhov
Michael Frayn's The Sneeze produced by the Watchdog Theatre Company
by Paul Pierog

The advice about acting mentioned in Shakespeare's Hamlet—to suit the voice and the action to the word—applies critically and exactingly to making Chekhov's writing come alive on stage.

The Three Faces of Sylvia
DR2 Theater Offers Paul Alexander's Edge
by Sharon Olinka

I was reminded, watching Angelica Torn, of young Joanne Woodward. Perhaps even Woodward doing Tennessee Williams. And why not? Plath was a Tennessee Williams character.