Fresh Matter: A Review of A New Brain at Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

I wrote a theater review for Newcity Magazine on "A New Brain" by Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre at No Exit Cafe. Click here to read my review. The full text of the article can be viewed below. RECOMMENDED As the days grow shorter but the nights remain warm, feel-good shows like “A New Brain” are the perfect accompaniment. … Continue reading Fresh Matter: A Review of A New Brain at Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre

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Dearth of a Nation: A Review of The Heavens Are Hung In Black at Shattered Globe Theatre

I wrote a theater review for Newcity Magazine on "The Heavens Are Hung In Black" by Shattered Globe Theatre at Theater Wit. Click here to read my review. The full text of the article can be viewed below. RECOMMENDED Initially commissioned for and premiered at Ford’s Theatre in 2009, James Still’s “The Heavens Are Hung in Black” is … Continue reading Dearth of a Nation: A Review of The Heavens Are Hung In Black at Shattered Globe Theatre

Saints and Poets: A Review of Our Town at Redtwist Theatre

I wrote a theater review for Newcity Magazine on "Our Town" at Redtwist Theatre. Click here to read my review. The full text of the article can be viewed below. RECOMMENDED In his director’s note, James Fleming writes that “Our Town” playwright Thornton Wilder “was wrestling with many of the same issues in this country that we are … Continue reading Saints and Poets: A Review of Our Town at Redtwist Theatre

Long In Title, Concise In Spirit: A Review of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City at Route 66 Theatre Company

I wrote a theater review for Newcity Magazine on "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City" by Route 66 Theatre Company at The Den Theatre’s Bookspan Theatre. Click here to read my review. The full text of the article can be viewed below. … Continue reading Long In Title, Concise In Spirit: A Review of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City at Route 66 Theatre Company

A Woman’s World: A Review of The Audience at TimeLine Theatre Company

I wrote a theater review for Newcity Magazine on "The Audience" at TimeLine Theatre Company. Click here to read my review. The full text of the article can be viewed below. "A Woman’s World: A Review of The Audience at TimeLine Theatre Company" By Danielle Levsky RECOMMENDED TimeLine’s theater-in-the-round auditorium draws the (theatrical) audience into “The Audience,” a … Continue reading A Woman’s World: A Review of The Audience at TimeLine Theatre Company

Flips But Falls Flat: A Review of Fight City at The Factory Theater

I wrote a theater review for Newcity Magazine on "Fight City" at The Factory Theater. Click here to read my review. The full text of the article can be viewed below. The Factory Theater’s “Fight City” imagines a 2077 dystopic society in Central City, which bears some striking resemblances to Chicago. Rallies for equality collide with anti-establishment gangs … Continue reading Flips But Falls Flat: A Review of Fight City at The Factory Theater

Familiar Family, Familiar Feeling: A Review of The God of Isaac at Grippo Stage Company

I wrote a theater review for Newcity Magazine on "The God of Isaac" at Grippo Stage Company. Click here to read my review. The full text of the article can be viewed below. RECOMMENDED The strength of this particular production is not just with its relevancy but its familiarity. T. Isaac Sherman (Isaac), who is also the son … Continue reading Familiar Family, Familiar Feeling: A Review of The God of Isaac at Grippo Stage Company