I went to see Waiting for Godot at Marin Theatre Company, and the headliner didn’t even bother to show! That’s just rude. Despite a promising cast, I wasn’t wild about this one, and you can head over to today’s Marin Independent Journal to find out why. So, shall we go? Yes, let’s go.
It’s the first time kids have been in a Marin Theatre Company show in well over a decade, so what’s the youth-friendly vehicle in question? Annie? Oliver!? Peter Pan? Of course not. It’s Waiting for Godot! I have an article in today’s Marin Independent Journal about all the logistics of having minors in a major cast, so let’s go take a look. Well, shall we go? Yes, let’s go.
Othello, the Moor of Venice, Marin Theatre Company.
I reviewed this Tennessee Williams chestnut for today’s Marin Independent Journal. So it’s all over yonder if you want to read all about it.
Show #55: Tiny Alice, Marin Theatre Company, June 7.
I have not one but two reviews in today’s Marin Independent Journal: the cheeky Raisin in the Sun companion piece Clybourne Park at ACT and the new translation of Chekhov’s Seagull at Marin Theatre Company. You can follow the links in the last sentence to read all about ’em.
Show #120: Happy Now?, Marin Theatre Company, November 16.
Show #39: Equivocation, Marin Theatre Company, March 30.