Blogs // 2 Articles
In 'Stonehearst Asylum', the Inmates Are in Charge
24 Oct 2014 // 4:00 AM
Stonehearst Asylum is Interestingly positioned at the crossroads between conceding inmates as fearsome criminals and as victims.
Separate Unequal, and 'Almost Human'
17 Nov 2013 // 5:45 AM
Where Almost Human differs from many of its predecessors and peers is the way it seems to revel in unreflexive prejudice.
'Vanishing' Disappears Without a Discernible Artistic Trace
1 Jun 2011 // 10:30 PM
This is a sheepish one act play where a group of noted thespians on a single set (more or less) try their best to salvage some shoddy dialogue. As with many examples in the could-a/should-a/would-a been better genre, they can't.
'Transsiberian' Serves Up Old School Suspense
28 Aug 2008 // 4:45 PM
The little lie begins the deceit. Soon, the lack of truth clouds everything - from love to legality. Within days, loyalties which once seemed firm