Today on Blogcritics
Home » Culture and Society » Arts (page 20)


Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Cats’ by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Cats musical

Despite an uninvolving story and some dated music, 'Cats' has thrilling dancing and costumes, a still-enthralling garbage-dump set and a few evergreen songs. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC Off-Off-Broadway): ‘No One Loves Us Here’ by Ross Howard

Jessica Kitchens and Anthony Michael Irizarry in 'No One Loves Us Here' at Urban Stages, photo by Hunter Canning

An almost flawless cast brings to life this dark domestic comedy, one big step removed from reality. Read More »

Book Review: ‘John Lennon: The Collected Artwork’ – The Beatle as a Visual Artist

John Lennon The Collected Artwork

Lennon will always be best known as a musician, but this collection of his artwork provides a fascinating look into a different facet of an intelligent, opinionated and original mind. Read More »

Theater Review Round-up (Seattle): ‘Sprawl’ by WET, ‘The Secretaries’ by Theater Schmeater, and ‘The Lower Depths’ by Theatre Machine

(l to r) Megan Ahiers, Ashley Flannegan, Ashley Banker, Lisa Viertel and Monica Wulzen in Theater Schmeater's 'The Secretaries.'

Reviews of three productions that opened in Seattle this past weekend, from Washington Ensemble Theatre, Theater Schmeater and Theatre Machine. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Tala’ by Kyoung H. Park

Kyoung H. Park Tala

Park is the first Korean playwright from Latin America to be produced and published in the U.S. Read More »

Theater Review: ‘Measure for Measure’ at Seattle Shakespeare Company

Bradford Farwell as Angelo and Cindy Im as Isabella in Seattle Shakespeare Company's production of "Measure for Measure." Photo by John Ulman.

Seattle Shakespeare begins 2015 boldly with its production of one of Shakespeare's 'problem plays,' in which the horrific and the humorous exist simultaneously. Read More »

Seattle Theater Writers Announce 2014 Winners of the Gypsy Rose Lee Awards

Gypsy Rose Lee

The director and the male and female leads of 'Little Shop of Horrors' all won for their work in the co-production from ACT Theatre and The 5th Avenue Theater. Read More »

Win Soprano Sonya Yoncheva’s New Paris-Inspired CD ‘Paris, Mon Amour’

Sonya Yoncheva Paris Mon Amour

The brilliant lyric soprano's new CD highlights music by French composers of the Belle Époque along with Verdi and Puccini. Enter to win a copy from Blogcritics! Read More »

Interview With Faireset/Parole de Chat, French YouTube Videographer Favorite

The Youtube Channel of Fairset, Parole de chat. Photo by Carole Di Tosti

The events that have occurred in Paris are heavy on my heart. I was visiting friends there in the fall and it has been very hard reconciling what has occurred recently. This article/interview and any additional articles concerning French subjects are written wishing the best for my friends there and the citizens of France. In anticipation of going to Paris ... Read More »

Golden Globe Winner Julianne Moore Talks Up ‘Still Alice': 22nd HIFF

Julianne Moore and Director of 'Still Alice,' Wash Westmoreland at the 22nd HIFF U.S. Premiere of the film...the Q & A. Photo by Carole Di Tosti

Golden Globe winner Julianne Moore speaks about the stunning 'Ask Alice' at the Hamptons Film Festival. Read More »