Author: Loretta Monaco


Cougar at the Orange Tree Theatre | Review

Rose Lewenstein’s Cougar is an engaging philosophical play about the ennui of human existence and the repetitive exercise of joyless living. It reveals itself through the actions of its two …

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Losing Venice at The Orange Tree Theatre | Review

‘The marriage bed’s a trough of shit fit for pigs to lie in it,’ says Quevedo (Christopher Logan), a poet in 17th Century Spain and brutal cynic of all things …

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5-star Gatsby: presented by Ruby in the Dust

There is something to be said about the skill it takes to adapt a famous novel, such as The Great Gatsby, produce it in an intimate space and create a …

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Review of Strindberg’s Women at Jermyn Street Theatre

Strindberg’s Women, a presentation of two short plays by August Strindberg – Storm and The Stronger – allows us to revisit dramatic writings of such a sophisticated power as to …

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A Haunting by Nathan Lucky Wood – Review

Every once in awhile, the theatre produces a gemstone of such raw energy as to shake-up ancient truths about who we are and what it is that we fail to …

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