Theater Talk: So much good theater, so little time

Feb 5, 2016

Just as three plays close this weekend - Irish Classical's ALL MY SONS, Subversive Theatre's  KEELY AND DU, and Second Generation's VANYA AND SONIA AND MASH AND SPIKE - we have four openings - Theatre in the Mist's ALICE IN WONDERLAND, Paul Robeson's FETCH CLAY, MAKE MAN, Theatre of Youth's NUMBER THE STARS and Jewish Rep's BAD JEWS, about a family argument over who's more worthy of a family heirloom.

David Oliver as Freud with Matt Witten as C.S. Lewis in FREUD'S LAST SESSION at RLT, 500 Pearl Street, through February 14.

As Peter plans to see ALL MY SONS, presented by Irish Classical Theatre in the final few performances, Anthony talks about the four most recent plays he's seen - BAD JEWS, RING OF FIRE, WHY WE HAVE A BODY, and ORDINARY DAYS at O'Connell and Company with four very talented young actors: Reed Bentley, Edith Graossman, Adamn Hayes, and making her professional debut, Jennel Pruneda.