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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Theater Review

It's safe to assume that the light shining on Angela Iannone on the stage of the Off-Broadway Theatre during The Pavilion is traveling close to 300 million meters per second, same as anywhere else in space. If the light hit the stage any faster, it'd be moving backward in time, which is exactly where the play is set-roughly nine years ago, during a high-school class' 20-year reunion. It's the story between a man (a witty Mark Ulrich) and...
Monday, March 30, 2009

Theater Preview

In the opening of Next ActTheatre's production of The Pavilion by Craig Wright, actress Angela Iannone will be performing poetry and talking about raindrops, volcanoes and the beginning of the universe. And then she'll get down to business, because the play isn't really about any of these things. The Pavilion is actually about two people at a high-school...