All posts tagged "theatre j"

  • Amsterdamned

    Who over 30 hasn't thought at some point that know-it-all twentysomethings -- lounging in their skinny jeans, tweeting about their favorite CW shows -- will...

  • Jewish Soupçon

    ''I think if one were to ask Andy Warhol about the impact he's had on Josh Kornbluth in finding his Jewish identity, he would be...

  • Slain David

    The title of Theater J's world premiere musical, David in Shadow and Light, refers to the process by which motion pictures work. As described in...

  • Roman Candle

    It's funny the way the mind works. We hear a story of political intrigue, of petty grudges fueled by unhindered access to great power, and...

  • Happy Accident

    Imagine this: you're shaving your legs in a bathtub. You slip and fall. Somehow, during the slip, the razor meets your wrists. There's blood everywhere,...

  • Stage Presence: Theatrical Bonds

    In 1999, Jeanette L. Buck -- a local filmmaker, playwright and director -- was accosted by a stranger in her home, brutally attacked and left...