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THE PILLOWMAN–a chilling look at life and death @ convergence continuum

(Roy Berko, General, September 28, 2014)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

Clyde Simon, Artistic Director of convergence continuum, has a knack for finding off-beat, provocative plays that incite …more…

Lakeland Civic Theatre presents depressing, well staged AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY

(Roy Berko, General, September 24, 2014)

Lakeland Civic Theatre presents depressing, well staged AUGUST:  OSAGE COUNTY

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association & Cleveland Critics Circle)

The Westons of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, in Tracy …more…

Cesear’s Forum’s “Occupant,” the true or false history of sculptor Louise Nevelson

(Roy Berko, General, September 21, 2014)

Cesear’s Forum’s “Occupant,” the true or false history of sculptor Louise Nevelson

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

Louise Nevelson, the subject of Edward …more…

CPH examines greed, ambition and misguided principles in “The Little Foxes”

(Roy Berko, General, September 19, 2014)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

Lillian Hellman, author of “The Little Foxes,” which is now in production at the Cleveland Playhouse, was …more…

Meet Ricky Ubeda, the winner of TV’s “So You Think You Can Dance” who will be performing in Cleveland

(Roy Berko, General, September 18, 2014)

Meet Ricky Ubeda, the winner of TV’s “So You Think You Can Dance” who will be performing in Cleveland

Roy Berko

(Member:  Dance Critics Association)

When the tour …more…

Thought provoking “The Sunset Limited” @ none too fragile

(Roy Berko, General, September 16, 2014)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association & Cleveland Critics Circle)

Cormac McCarthy, the author of “The Sunset Limited,” which is now on stage at none too …more…

Martin Céspedes creates a delightful “Forever Plaid” at Beck

(Roy Berko, General, September 14, 2014)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

Do you like close-harmonic singing?  Are you harking back to experience the “good” old days?  Do you …more…

KSU + Musical Theatre Project = “Babes in Arms”

(Roy Berko, General, September 10, 2014)

Roy Berko

(member, Cleveland Critics Circle and American Theatre Critics Association)

There’s a new couple in town.  The musical Theatre Project and Kent State’s Musical Theatre program …more…

Spellbinding “Belleville” opens the 55th Dobama season

(Roy Berko, General, September 7, 2014)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

Dobama may be entering its 55th year (I was present the moment founding artistic director Don Bianchi …more…

No bombs greet this versionof HAIR, just heat and a simulation of the era

(Roy Berko, General, September 7, 2014)

Roy Berko

(member, Cleveland Critics Circle, American Theatre Critics Association)

Theatre is representative of the era from which it comes.  Seeing a play that reflects a specific …more…

It’s a choppy RIDE with some interesting people @ none too fragile and avoid using the valet parking

(Roy Berko, General, August 17, 2014)

It’s a choppy RIDE with some interesting people @ none too fragile and avoid using the valet parking

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association & Cleveland …more…

The Cleveland Orchestra: August 10…a lovely night at Blossom

(Roy Berko, General, August 13, 2014)

Sunday, August 10, 2014 was a lovely night at Blossom.  The temperature was pleasant, the lawn was filled with brightly colored blankets, a few candelabras, …more…

“Amazons and Their Men” script better than convergence-continuum staging

(Roy Berko, General, August 10, 2014)

Roy Berko
(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

In 1932, Leni Riefenstahl attended a rally where Adolf Hitler spoke.  She was so mesmerized by his …more…

A Clevelander previews and reviews the Shaw Festival

(Roy Berko, General, August 6, 2014)

A Clevelander’s views about The Shaw Festival, 2014

Roy Berko

(Member, Cleveland Critics Circle, American Theatre Critics Association)

“By the time the show is over, you will have …more…

The Cleveland Orchestra: Summer at Severance and Blossom

(Roy Berko, General, August 3, 2014)

The Cleveland Orchestra:  Summer at Severance and Blossom

Roy Berko

Cleveland has garnered another honor.  Based on its international survey Backtrack.com, an international concert finder, has declared …more…

“The Frogs” fails to create much excitement at Cain Park

(Roy Berko, General, August 2, 2014)

“The Frogs” fails to create much excitement at Cain Park

Roy Berko

(Member:  Cleveland Critics Circle, American Theatre Critics Associaition)

“The Frogs,” Stephen Sondheim and Burt Shevelove’s musical …more…

OLIVER doesn’t get standing “O” at Porthouse

(Roy Berko, General, July 31, 2014)

“Oliver” doesn’t get  “standing O” at Porthouse

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

I had one of my greatest experiences in the theatre when, …more…

Stratford Festival, a season of being pushed to the edge

(Roy Berko, General, July 30, 2014)

 

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association and Cleveland Critics Circle)

The  Stratford Festival of Canada, whose present artistic director is Atoni Cimolino, started on July 13, …more…

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Next” is a must see at Blank Canvas

(Roy Berko, General, July 20, 2014)

 

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

It probably will come as shock to many to know that when the play, “One Flew Over …more…

ARCADIA, a well constructed play which makes for a long echoing sit at Mamai

(Roy Berko, General, July 19, 2014)

ARCADIA a well-constructed play which makes for a long echoing sit at MAMAI

 

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

 

Czech born Thomas Stoppard …more…