Home / Articles / By Harry Cherkinian
{imgArticleTop}
Theater
Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2008

Theater

Frank Hardy is a man plagued by many demons, among which are alcohol, women and ironically faith healing. His is “a craft without an apprenticeship…a vocation without a ministry.” Is he a medicine man? Performer? Con artist? The answer lies somewhere in the well-staged production of Brian Friel’s play, Faith . . .
Off the Cuff
Thursday, Jan. 24, 2008
He is an actor, a published writer, a playwright and a native of Long Island, N.Y., who makes his home in Spring Green, Wis. He is Jim DeVita. And this artist-for-all-seasons will be appearing in the Rep’s production of David Mamet’s Glengarry...
Theater
Thursday, Jan. 24, 2008

Theater Review

It is 1963. The Civil Rights Movement is in full swing. The Watsons are living in frigid Flint, Mich., hoping to make a better life in the north while escaping the economic and racial strife plaguing African-Americans in the South. Based on Reginald A. Jackson’s adaptation . . .

Top Articles from Harry Cherkinian

No articles in this section