When in doubt, blame the cat.
Lar Vi’s route to finished Fringe show hurdles an Icelandic trip.
The cast and crew get to meet the press at the first press conference preceding the launch of the schedule.
Ownership of a family heirloom allows a brother and sister to stage a battle royal that pits ideology against identity.
Excellent one woman show tackles dyslexia and breast cancer, but still manages to shine.
T. A. Wellington reviews “The Boy Detective”, a memoir by Roger Rosenblatt looking back on life in New York in the 1940s.
Production at the Leonardo da Vinci Centre doesn’t live up to its promises.
Bite into a chilling comedy full of unhappy vampires and bloodcurdling puns – brilliantly previewed the terrifying short animation The Mill at Calder’s End.
A tale about a professor who takes the term “fanboy” to an entirely new level, and not just metaphysically.
Disney-Marvel dreamteam creates lovable David and Goliath story.
Review of the multi-comedian show Brit-Ish at Just For Laughs.