Prometheus Bound: Spectacle Overshadows Drama

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Review by Beverly Friend, American Theatre Critics Association member; photos by Steve Graue Is it possible to admire a production without actually enjoying it? Yes. Prometheus Bound offers much to admire. Imagine a character who is chained to a rock for hundreds of years being portrayed on stage for 85 comparatively long minutes. Mark Pracht is powerful […]

“Flies! The Musical” Is a Bright, Clever, and Fun-Filled Production

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Review by Karen Topham, American Theatre Critics Association member; photos by Paul Goyette. The word “fun” has rarely, if ever, been used in the same sentence as William Golding’s The Lord of the Flies. Neither has the word “funny.” Both, however, aptly apply to Flies! The Musical, an unauthorized parody of the award-winning novel now […]