Theater: Shakespeare Season

By Charles BrousseWithin a few days of the publication of this column, Marin Shakespeare Company (MSC) will officially open its 28th season in Dominican...

Theater: Pure Fun

By Charles BrousseAre you among those who find watching drag queens do their thing on stage exciting? Are you attracted by the thought of...

Theater: Two-hander

By Charles BrousseStrictly from a performance standpoint, a two-character play may be one of the most difficult forms of live theater to pull off...

Theater: Grand Spectacle

By Charles BrousseAnyone who has ever seen a Bollywood movie will know what to expect from Monsoon Wedding, a staged musical version of the...

Theater: Witty Ways

By Charles Brousse“I think very few people are completely normal really, deep down in their private lives … Elyot and I were like two...

Theater: Requited Love

By Charles BrousseRight away the omens were encouraging. After a short walk through the forest, my little party of four that included a visitor...

Theater: Existential Crisis

By Charles BrousseWhen you’re out and about in the world and you pause to admire the great cathedrals, pyramids, castles and other manmade structures,...

Theater: Timeless Tale

By Charles BrousseIn this world of fractured cultures, British director Peter Brook comes about as close as anyone can to being the theatrical equivalent...

Theater: Doctrine Discussion

By Charles BrousseIt’s October 28, 2011. In the square directly outside the front entrance to London’s famous St. Paul’s Cathedral, hundreds of activists (most...

Theater: Absurdity Exploration

By Charles BrousseI’m sure there will be potential theatergoers who will be put off by the title of Saïd Sayrafiezadeh’s Autobiography of a Terrorist....