Tag Archive: Theatre

Love Me

I am what some may call “painfully single” and I’m okay with that. However, the protagonist of this play, Charlie, would never admit nor be okay with his painful single-dom. Much like the… Continue reading

Doubles Crossed: The Ballad of Rodrigo

The Place: New York City. The Time: Seven P.M. The Day: May twenty-fourth. A rainy night and everything seems swell…. or at least that’s what they want you to think. The polies. The… Continue reading

The Feminism of a Soft Merlot or (How the Donkey Got Punched)

Feminist! Donkey Punch! Yeah, let’s start this post with the nitty-gritty. For those of you who don’t know what the above means, here is the Urban Dictionary definition juxtaposed with the definition of… Continue reading

iRtE Presents… “The Scary” (Improvised Stephen King)

“Woah, that improv show sure was scary!” Is generally NOT a welcome review for an improv show but, luckily, it’s the perfect review for a show I saw this past weekend, so you… Continue reading

Shows Again, Shows Again, Jiggity Jig!

Sometime in February, a friend from my hometown asked me what shows I’ve seen recently. It took me a very long time to answer because I realized I hadn’t seen a broadway or off-broadway… Continue reading

Falling Into NYC – and FRANKENSTORM

I HAVE SO MUCH TO WRITE ABOUT. I apologize for not posting in so long but I feel the lack of blogging proves how I am in full-swing Manhattan living. I’ve done so… Continue reading

Two Gentleman of Verona

“I leave myself, my friends, and all, for love.” (photo credit – CSC design) I GOT TO SEE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA LAST NIGHT (for FREE)!!! Considered one of Shakespeare’s weakest plays, Cincinnati… Continue reading

William Shakespeare

One of the most inspiring men in history: born 1564, died 1616. We all know who he is and his prominent works. I love Shakespeare but I didn’t when I first started reading… Continue reading