Tag: Brook North
South Stream Productions has another hit on its hands with Blackbird, a powerful examination of an inappropriate relationship between Ray, a 40-year-old man, and Una, a 12-year-old child, who was the daughter of a neighbor. From the first scene, the audience is uncomfortably riveted as these two characters navigate through an extremely awkward encounter many… Read More ›
South Stream Productions raises questions, questions, questions. Playwright David Harrower lives up to his name with a crushing journey through a scarily delicate topic. Blackbird is a play that premiered at the Edinburgh International Festival in 2005. (It is reported the play’s title comes from having the song “Bye Bye, Blackbird” playing as Harrower wrote… Read More ›
South Stream Productions’ Blackbird, a 2005 one-act drama by Scottish playwright and screenwriter David Harrower, is inspired by the 2002 abduction of a 12-year-old British girl by a former U.S. Marine. The subject of Harrower’s play is an intense reunion between a sex offender and his former victim. South Stream Productions’ director and scenic designer… Read More ›
Sonorous Road Productions in Raleigh is a relatively new theater space in the Triangle, but it has really jumped in and made a big splash on the local theater scene. Not only has it offered a wonderful and eclectic lineup of shows; but it regularly sponsors workshops and classes, and shares its gorgeous space with… Read More ›
In South Stream Productions’ current presentation of Eugene O’Neill’s Hughie, now playing at Sonorous Road Productions in Raleigh, under the direction of Andy Hayworth, Brook North and David Klionsky swap roles for alternating performances. On opening night (May 27th), North played Erie, and Klionsky played The Night Clerk. When the curtain rises, it’s three o’clock… Read More ›
One of the themes of South Stream Productions’ current presentation of Seascape is communication, a constant melody throughout Edward Albee’s work; and it is interesting that the chemistry of the actors in this production is so symbiotic. A nice irony. The story itself is both real and far-fetched; a couple facing retirement, arguing over what… Read More ›
Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy production of BAREFOOT IN THE PARK, is all sharp edges. Tuma’s Hot Summer Nights debut performance is forced and increasingly frantic.