REVIEW: ‘A Bronx Tale’ is Familiar and Sentimental, but Thoroughly Entertaining

REVIEW: ‘A Bronx Tale’ is Familiar and Sentimental, but Thoroughly Entertaining
BY SANDY STAGGSDRAMA CRITIC “A Bronx Tale” may be set in the rough-and-rumble Bronx of the 1960s, but this autobiographical story by Chazz Palminteri adapted from his one-man show, though polished and thoroughly entertaining, and bustling with sentimentality. This version...

REVIEW: Warehouse Theatre and Actors Shine Without Glare in ‘The Glass Menagerie’

REVIEW: Warehouse Theatre and Actors Shine Without Glare in ‘The Glass Menagerie’
BY STEVE WONGDRAMA CRITIC Presenting Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie” is tricky. Inarguably, it is a great American play, by a great Southern playwright. Even the most novice theatre-lover has seen it, probably several times. We seemingly never get tired...
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