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All posts tagged "theater j"

  • A View of Rome

    Remember John Waters's A Dirty Shame? ''I was the 'splosher,''' says Susan Rome, who played Messy Melinda. ''I was the person who derived sexual satisfaction...

  • Misanthropic Mamet

    Round House Theatre does very well by playwright David Mamet with its new production of Glengarry Glen Ross, which many consider to be Mamet's best...

  • Folksy Feeling

    If your idea of a fun Saturday night is popping a cold one and tuning the radio to A Prairie Home Companion, then you should...

  • Fully Exposed

    ''Here I am, look at me,'' says local actor MaryBeth Wise. ''I'm proud to be who I am.'' Technically, Wise is speaking for the many...

  • Judith Ivey and Carolyn Hax at Monday’s Theater J Benefit

    Tony-Award-winning actress Judith Ivey (Steaming, Hurlyburly) plays Ann Landers in Theater J’s one-night-only benefit performance of The Lady With All the Answers, a solo show...

  • Review: Kinsey Sicks in ''Electile Dysfunction''

      {Kinsey Sicks (Photo by Erez Ben Or)} Have you tired of the Republican presidential circus? If not, then here's to the Santorum surge --...

  • Riffing on Republicans

    How could anyone be funnier than Michele Bachmann or Herman Cain? ''I kid you not,'' says Ben Schatz of the Kinsey Sicks, ''there were jokes...

  • Bloody Business

    Can you handle the tooth? Seriously -- as in an Asian restaurant worker's rotted black tooth that's yanked out in the kitchen and finds its...

  • Jewish Conflict

    You don’t go to the theater for silence. It’s not a place for meditation or prayer, after all -- at least not if it’s a...

  • Theatre J’s The Chosen

    Aaron Posner directs his adaptation of this beloved play based on the novel by Chaim Potok about two boys, two fathers and two very different...

  • The Kinsey SIcks at Theater J

    They’re back! The “dragapella beautyshop quartet” comes to Theater J for what’s sure to be a must-see romp of a holiday show, intended as a...

  • Sicks Appeal

    ''As the culture is changing,'' says Irwin Keller of the drag a cappella group the Kinsey Sicks, ''we become sort of the daring-but-doable entertainment in...

  • Win Tickets to The Odd Couple at Theater J

    Still more a buddy show than a romantic comedy, Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple explores issues far more complex and ultimately satisfying than the weekly...

  • Close Encounters

    ''Can two divorced men share an apartment, without driving each other crazy?'' That was the question left hanging at the start of every episode of...

  • Revolutions

    We all have that negative thing that lurks in the back of our head with surprising ferocity. Maybe it was a moment of humiliation so...