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Author Archives: Cynthia Greenwood

Mythic Recording Studio Still Attracts Luminaries in the Digital Age

Defining Music History From Houston for Seven Decades Read More »

Theater Review (Houston): Susanna and Will – A Reckoning Among the Dead in Stratford-upon-Avon

Shakespeare's daughter Susanna challenges the Bard with tough personal questions about life and love. Read More »

Theatre Review (NYC): “Foul is Fair” – Patrick Stewart and Kate Fleetwood Uncover the Power of Shakespeare’s Dark, Psychological Tale of Macbeth

Director Rupert Goold’s filmic version of Macbeth is novel but distracting. Read More »

TV Review: “Sense and Sensibility” Treated Deftly in the Latest Masterpiece Classic

Writer Andrew Davies’ adaptation takes us on a leisurely stroll through Jane Austen's first published novel. Read More »

TV Review: Jane Austen Lite – Emma Is Masterpiece’s Breezy Comedy of Manners

PBS Reprises 1996 TV version of Emma for Masterpiece Classic. Read More »

Theatre Review (Houston): The Alley Theatre Performs Othello

Sheer physicality and a maritime motif heighten James Black's portrayal of Shakespeare's greatest villain, Iago. Read More »

In the Beginning: Claudio Monteverdi’s The Coronation of Poppea

A Look at The Coronation of Poppea and the Beginnings of Opera Read More »