Just Opened: Othello

A review of Portland Center Stage's production of Shakespeare's tragedy of love and jealousy.


Arts & Books
Othello can be a bit of a tough sell. Not only is it one of Shakespeare's most racially insensitive plays (and that's saying something), but even the most credulous audience member might wonder why the title character, a warrior with a reputation for bravery and a Moor known for his passion, can be so easily persuaded to think the worst of his great love.The key to our willingness to suspend disbelief ...   More
Monday, April 14, 2014 DEBORAH KENNEDY

Crazy Again: Will Storm's NYC production boots PCS' Coleman from director's chair?

When Storm Large's Drammy-winning one woman show Crazy Enough, which premiered at Portland Center Stage last March, hits New York stages, the production will not include Crazy Enough director Chris Coleman. The buzz from theater industry sources is that negotiations with New York producers to stage the one-woman show have hinged on booting the director from the production, a development that's ...   More
Wednesday, January 6, 2010 KELLY CLARKE


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