Non-Registered Critics: Eve Meadows

Jul

Ragtime

Presented with a startlingly powerful intimacy, the direction by Casey Stangl, choreography by Kelly Todd, and music direction by Robyn Manion brings the show closer to you — and you heart — than ever before.

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Jul

Death of a Salesman

This 70th anniversary revival directed by Mike Reilly proves the play’s timelessness. This great American Tragedy definitely needs to be seen.

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Aug

WAITRESS

Despite the wildly shifting tones between abusive domestic melodrama and embellished, clownish behavior (the second act in particular undergoes sudden head-scratching character changes, wrapping up the plot too meticulously), Waitress holds together — enjoyably so. Scott Pask's sets evocatively imagine the show's unnamed American South small-town setting, and they glide seamlessly into place, including the bandstand that features a talented sextet led by conductor/pianist Nadia DiGiallonardo. As usual on opening night at this beautiful but ginormous venue, the band's overpowering volume made it hard to hear all the lyrics.

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