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Coward brings the upper class down a notch
The most sympathetic character in Noel Coward's snarky little farce, Blithe Spirit, is neither the "astral bigamist" Charles Condomine nor the petulant ghost of his first wife Elvira, nor even his beleaguered current wife Ruth.
Finding the medium
| January 18, 2013
NHTP’s wistful Godot
Their tree is a coil of mottled cables tapering into two spindly branches, their mound for sitting on is a dull gray stone, and this terrain is simply lit by two blue and two bare lights.
Stop making sense
| November 23, 2012
Review: A composer’s jealousy drives Amadeus at NHTP
Early in his youth, an Italian named Antonio Salieri (the outstanding Blair Hundertmark) knelt in church, looked up, and saw a certain God: "An old, candle-smoked God with a mulberry robe, staring out at the world with a dealer's eyes."
| January 21, 2011
Basking in life
Nancy and Charlie (Kate Braun and Peter Josephson) have made it to the other side: Their kids are raised, released into the world, and producing their own offspring.
Two humans and two lizards, in Albee's Seascape
| November 20, 2009
A profound and fateful significance is bestowed, every fourth January, upon our neighbors in New Hampshire.
Lampooning the theater that is politics
| January 09, 2008
On Burr's survival
Secessionist sentiment up north never made it into action, but one New Hampshire playwright has now asked, What if?
The Duel imagines New England's secession carried through in NH
| January 18, 2006
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