She's naked. She's in a bathtub. And she's brilliant. Siobhan O'Loughlin is the petite powerhouse in this one woman show, bringing humanity to more than just the surface of the water she sits in. Per usual, Siobhan brings a group of people together, in an actual bathroom, where she sits in the tub and tells … Continue reading Review by Nick Radu: Broken Bone Bathtub
If you're looking for a good time, a good show and a few good laughs you need only go as far as the bedroom; or three bedrooms, as it is in Alan Ayckbourn's Bedroom Farce. Under the creative and talented eye of director Andrew Block, the title and the performances do not disappoint when it … Continue reading Guest Blogger Nick Radu Reviews Bedroom Farce
Who'll Save the Plowboy? brings us into the small New York apartment of husband and wife, Albert and Helen Cobb, played by Jerry Rago and Julie Hays, respectively. It is clear at the top of the show that the two have a very strained relationship, to say the least. They are awaiting the arrival of … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Nick Radu Reviews Who’ll Save the Plowboy?
Believe it or not, I do actually do activities that are non-theatrical. This past week, I decided to take a night off and hang out with some fellow artists at an open mic for Inspired Word. I read three poems that are in the running for my performance at the Kaufman Studios Block Party. I don't perform … Continue reading TBB: Planet Connections Final Week, Our Bar, Newtown Literary Release