“The Violet Hour” – The Sun-Sentinel Review!
“Medea is a Floridian in chilling ‘Violet Hour’” by Christine Dolen Before Susan Smith and Andrea Yates, before the too-frequent tragic headlines about murdered Florida children, there was Medea. Created by Euripides in 431 BC, Medea is among Greek tragedy’s most horrifying yet complex characters, a spurned wife who exacts vengeance upon her faithless husband,
Venue Changes, Edgy Work Mark Broward’s Evolving Theater Scene
Venue Changes, Edgy Work Mark Broward’s Evolving Theater Scene by Christine DiMattei for WLRN When nominations for South Florida’s equivalent of the Tony Awards – the Carbonells – were announced recently, Broward County theaters snagged a quarter of them. That comes as no surprise to Bill Hirschman, founder of and chief critic for the website
- “The Violet Hour” – The Sun-Sentinel Review!