Charlotte recently received her B.A. in English from Hollins University in Roanoke, Va. A semester abroad in London gave her a firm goal: to become The New Yorker’s staff theatre critic. She hopes to attend graduate school in the Fall of 2012 to further her study of Critical Theory and the Arts.
As the lights come up for a brief intermission, the woman next to me sighs heavily to her companion: “I’m sick of these people.” Neil LaBute would be proud. His play the shape of things, dir... Read more
Playwright Michael Hollinger trained as a classical musician before concentrating on Theatre in graduate school where, he writes, he “made the mistress an honest woman.” Opus, which received... Read more