Frank Rizzo

Review: 'The Tempest'


Two years ago, Alvin Epstein played King Lear for the young Beantown theater ensemble the Actors' Shakespeare Project. The production transferred to Gotham's LaMama. Now the esteemed thesp, who turns…

Review: 'Fugitive Songs'


Even great escape plans need specificity, inventiveness and drama to make those dreams come to life, something this pleasant production spotlighting the work of two bright musical writers achieves…

Review: 'Camelot'


The royal robes have served Lou Diamond Phillips well, first in the Rialto's "The King & I" and now playing King Arthur as he succeeds Michael York in the national tour of Lerner and Loewe's…


Review: 'Vigil'


Since its 1995 bow in Canada, Morris Panych's "Vigil" has been produced in the U.K. and U.S., often under its more audience-friendly title "Auntie and Me." But it's never quite achieved the traction…

Review: 'Julius Caesar'


Prior to the second act of the American Repertory Theater production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," jazz chanteuse Marianne Solivan sings Peggy Lee's ode to ennui, "Is That All There Is."

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