Tag Archives | Kathleen Akerley

‘Voodoo Macbeth’ at The American Century Theater by David Friscic

The American Century Theater (TACT), under the Artistic Direction of Jack Marshall, pulls it all together with a stunning and audacious production of “that Scottish play” – William Shakespeare’s tragic tale of the murderous Macbeth. This Macbeth – Voodoo Macbeth – is even a deeper and more complex re-working by Director Kathleen Akerley – of the […]

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‘#crazypants’ at Catholic University by Erica Laxson

Catholic University’s Department of Drama’s #crazypants takes a comical look at the ineffectuality of the Occupy movement when presented by a small town group of young activists without a plan. MFA Playwright Candidate Katherine Clair has captured to tone and tech of the generation with a close and personal look at the lives of youthful […]

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Jennifer Hopkins and Heather Haney. Photo by C. Stanley Photography.

‘Goldfish Thinking’ at Longacre Lea by Kim Moeller

I love everything about Goldfish Thinking. It has a smart and truly funny script, one of the finest ensemble casts I have seen this year, and an impressive leading actor in Heather Haney. The direction, set, lighting, and sound design all deserve high praise. And if that isn’t enough, you’ll spend less than $20 per […]

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On the Waterfront at American Century Theater by Eric Denver

American Century Theater (ACT) is currently producing a  powerful production of On the Waterfront - about the shenanigans of the International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) and the resultant corruption in the Big Apple. This production is adapted for the stage by Budd Schulberg, who wrote the Oscar-winning screenplay for the 1954 film based on the same name, with Stan […]

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