The Scottsboro Boys

I’ve been seeing an awful lot of shows lately that I can’t quite decide how I feel about.  The Scottsboro Boys is another one of those tricky creations. The subject matter is much heavier than your typical Broadway musical.  The play begins in the Spring of 1931 when nine African […]

The Language Archive

So I saw this show last night called The Language Archive at one of the Roundabout Theatres.  It’s billed as a comedy, but for some reason I didn’t find it funny at all.  That bothered me.  In fact, I think it’s still bothering me.  Or maybe it’s just that freakish […]

When In Rome

I’ve been thinking a lot about the Roman Empire lately.  Which of course leads me to think about the fall of the Roman Empire.  And how much I hate those ugly gladiator sandals everyone is wearing, but that’s not really the point. You see, I’m pretty sure I live in […]

Eight Poles, No Waiting

Last night?  Bachelorette party, baby.  And yes, of course, we ended up at a bar with a mechanical bull.  But I really need to talk about what happened BEFORE the bull. We took a private pole dancing class.  And it was HARD.  (That’s what she said.) Not only are my […]