Markland Taylor

  • Film

Review: 'Open Window'

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The insidiously destructive impact of the murder of a daughter or son on grieving family members is potentially nourishing grist for the dramatic mill. But not when treated with the heavy-handedness…

Marketplace

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Review: 'Paddywack'

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Without any ado, Belfast playwright Daniel Magee plunges headlong into racial bigotry in a working-class boardinghouse in present-day London in "Paddywack," the first play of his to be seen in London…

Review: 'Grease'

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Hey fellas, give this new national touring company of the so-called Tommy Tune production of "Grease" a break. Even a smidgen of '50s innocence and the merest hint of charm would go a long way to…

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