Monthly Archives: March 2011

On the Arena’s Steppenwolf production of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”

The Arena Stage, in Washington DC, is having something of an Edward Albee Festival at the moment, a tribute to the Don of America’s living playwrights.  I suspect he must be basking in well-deserved adulation, and enjoying it thoroughly.  My … Continue reading


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On “Biutiful” & “Blue Valentine”

As  my wife and I were leaving Charlottesville’s Vinegar Hill Theatre last week, I was greeted by a gentlemen in the lobby who like us had just seen Biutiful, a Mexican film written and directed by Alejandro Inarritu.  Summoning his … Continue reading

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