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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…

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN should delight Beck audiences, but . . .

(Roy Berko, General, July 13, 2014)

“Young Frankenstein” should delight Beck audiences, but . . .

Roy Berko

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

On a November Saturday afternoon in 2007, I …more…

“Million Dollar Quartet” rocks the Ohio Theatre….”Great Balls of Fire!”

(Roy Berko, General, July 10, 2014)

Roy Berko

 

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle

 

Part concert, part history lesson, and a lot of rock ‘n roll– that’s “Million Dollar Quartet”, now …more…

Miss Julie

(John Lariviere, General, July 5, 2014)

Miss Julie

The Naked Stage once again proves it is a small but mighty theatre company with it’s recent striking production of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie. …more…

Summer Shows at the Plaza Theatre

(John Lariviere, Miami, July 4, 2014)

Summer time is here and the Plaza Theatre has a cool line up of entertainment, guaranteed to please everyone during the hot summer nights! Kicking …more…

Sci-fi musical STARMITES should delight many at Porthouse

(Roy Berko, General, July 4, 2014)

Roy Berko

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

There was “Star Trek.”  Then “Star Wars.”  Then there were the werewolves and vampires.  Then “Hunger Games.” …more…

A satisfying MY FAIR LADY @ Porthouse (KSU)

(Roy Berko, General, June 30, 2014)

A satisfying “My Fair Lady” opens the Porthouse 2014 season

Roy Berko

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

 

Last year’s Porthouse production of “South Pacific” joined …more…

“A Map of Virtue” confounds at convergence continuum

(Roy Berko, General, June 22, 2014)

Roy Berko

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

 

Every once in a while a theatrical production results in a “what is going on?” and “why …more…

Rabbit Run introduces audience to unbridled comic hysteria in “Noises Off”

(Roy Berko, General, June 20, 2014)

Roy Berko

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

Actors know that sometimes, what happens at rehearsals and backstage during a production, is a bigger event …more…

“Heartbreak House” a long sit, but the acting quality may make it worth the effort

(Roy Berko, Cleveland, June 15, 2014)

Roy Berko

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

 

George Bernard Shaw, considered by many to be the premiere English playwright of the late twentieth and …more…

Cespedes choreography highlight of Cleveland Foundation Centennial Meeting

(Roy Berko, General, June 14, 2014)

Cleveland Foundation Centennial Meeting highlighted by Céspedes choreography and Colin Powell speech

 

Roy Berko 

In the last century, the Cleveland Foundation, the first community foundation in the …more…

Acting far surpasses script in “Possum Dreams” @ none too fragile

(Roy Berko, General, June 14, 2014)

Roy Berko

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

 

Ed Falco, who teaches writing and literature in Virginia Tech’s MFA program, may best be known …more…

Driving with the Parking Brake Up

(John Lariviere, General, June 11, 2014)

Hailing from Miami and the Florida Keys, Luis Sosa and Casey Dressler team up to bring you Driving with the Parking Brake Up, an unforgettable …more…

Derdria Ring, Jeremy Paul and Eric Coble combine for an evening of thought provoking intrigue

(Roy Berko, General, June 10, 2014)

Roy Berko

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

Eric Coble, a Cleveland Heights-based writer, is the author of the Alexandra Trilogy.  Each play showcases Alex/Alexa/Alexandra …more…

SEMINAR gets a A at Beck Center for the Arts

(Roy Berko, General, June 1, 2014)

“Seminar” gets an A at Beck Center for the Arts

Roy Berko

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

When a student pays $5000 for a ten-week …more…

“Voodoo Macbeth” misses its performance mark at Ensembler

(Roy Berko, Cleveland, May 26, 2014)

Roy Berko

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

During the great depression of the 1930s the U. S. government attempted to stir up the economy …more…

“We’vecome a long way baby”–no, not quite…ANCESTRA at Cleveland Public Theatre

(Roy Berko, Cleveland, May 26, 2014)

“We’ve  come a long way baby”—no, not quite…””Ancestra”” @ CPT

 

Roy Berko

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

 

Watching Cleveland Public Theatre’s “Ancestra” is both …more…