- Screen Reviews
- May 18, 2022
Marion Davies shines in this restored silent comedy classic from Undercrank Productions. Review by Phil Bailey.
The Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival is back to full throttle in 2022. Carl F. Gauze has some sneak peeks.
America’s favorite anti-heroes shoot their way out of life and into the the realms of history in Theater West End’s Bonnie & Clyde.
It takes love to break a curse, at least in the land of Disney.
What does manhood mean when you can’t fight a war?
An elephant must die for want of a watermelon. Carl F. Gauze reviews.
A cruel prank turns into a happy love story when a fresh Marine survives Vietnam and becomes an adult.
Welcome to Shakespeare’s biggest comedy, and it really draws laughs!
High school: you can never go back, not if you have a lick of sense in your body. Carl F. Gauze enjoys the nostalgia, anyway.
Who knew the beauty pageant business was so catty?
A New Yorker working in Reconstruction-era Atlanta is falsely railroaded by the Southern justice system.
A woman seeks to bury the corpse of her brother against the wishes of her father.
A drama about lesbian love shakes up the staid world of Yiddish theater in the early 20th century.
A family bickers over a massive estate as a young man drinks himself to death.
A real belter belting the big hits of an even bigger belter.
Oscar Wilde recounts his life story, his views on art, and his views on love.
A new disease rises in Gay America.
A one-man show about one of the biggest civil rights heroes of all time.
Fashionista Undine loses everything in this frenetic comedy of manners.
You can’t get enough of Steven Sondheim.
One song from every Steven Sondheim show ever produced.