A mixed bag of warrior myths, '70s Americana and a rootsy "Romeo and Juliet," "King of the Travellers" marks a confident turn by writer-helmer Mark O'Connor.
The show stumbles in its attempts to fuse entertainment traditions, because of a baggy narrative conceit, performers unable to meet the show's quadruple-threat challenges, and bland original songs…
Incompetent on every level, would-be controversial sex farce is relentlessly unfunny to the point of alienation.
With a show by Elevator Repair Service, auds are in for the long haul.
Jeanine Basinger's name may never appear in lights, but to many Hollywood insiders, she's a star in her own right. A film studies professor at Wesleyan U. for almost 40 years, Basinger has shepherded…