Something Wild -- three one-act plays by Tennesse Williams is Great!
This is an absolutely marvelous evening of theater. You couldn't have a more outstanding theater experience anywhere at any price (and the price here is quite reasonable), and I'm not exaggerating. The three plays are "27 Wagons Full of Cotton," "Hello From BNertha," and "This Property Is Condemned." The acting, directing, stage set, costumes, lighting -- everything about this production is plain and simple perfect! I'm very happy to have seen it, and I wrote about it at www.LetsTalkOff-Broadway.com It's a very fine achievement for a new theater company called Pook's Hill.
Something Wild on Monday, Sep 24th, 2012
RE:Eerie, funny, and all in all delightful!
This is a well-crafted, surreal, beautifuly acted and very funny play that moves from an isolated wharft to the apartments of a once-successful poet. Its naturalistic but has a fascinating aura of myth. I wrote more about it at Lets Talk Off-Broadway.
Nightsong For the Boatman on Saturday, Jan 15th, 2011