Fall Lecture: Peter Marks, Thoughts on the Broadway and Washington Theater Scenes - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
do you (Post) pay for the ticket or is it given to you?
I’m impressed that you can still feel strong emotion after viewing so many plays, as you demonstrated recently in a review of a play about the Holocaust. How do you stay "fresh”?
One actor show?
how do you decide what to review?
thanks Peter, have you read the memoir of Mary Rodgers (daughter of Richard)? fantastic
Daniel Radcliffe, not Daniel Craig, although I would go to see that too.
Where can I take a class on staging, directing, lighting, etc
Do you ever return to a piece say, at the beginning and the end of a run?
What has happened to the “intermission” in so many shows? And what do you think of the change?
It always amazes me how a reviewer can absorb so much about a show in just a single viewing. Do you ever get more than one?
What new and experimental theater groups should we keep we keep an eye out for — groups that are still small but show promise.
Do you discuss the work with your companion to get a different take?
Do you dislike folks eating and drinking during a play as much as I do? How do you cope with that?
How does the audience reaction affect your review?
How do you keep from mixing up your reviews - do you keep notes during or after
Are you planning on seeing Wuthering Heights at St. Ann's Warehouse? I saw it online last year, and it is
The problem w/ 90 minute performance is whether it is worth it to spend $150 plus for 90 minutes of possible entertainment. The coat can contribute to decreasing audiences.
Do you miss the characterizations, and conversations with Al Hirshfield if you knew him?
Thank you! So fascinating!