Review: Riverfront Playhouse’s ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ – A Fruitful Production

This was our first visit to the Riverfront Playhouse, and we were rewarded with a compelling rendition of Steinbeck’s novel about itinerant farmers fleeing Oklahoma’s Dust Bowl in the 1930s.

Director Samantha Fork intentionally set out to make Steinbeck’s classic relevant to today’s world, a task aided by the author’s Continue Reading


Nuns at Sea — Full Speed Ahead

“Meshuggah-Nuns” Review Sometimes writers, like ships, hit the doldrums, languishing in familiar waters and not really making much headway. This was once the fate of the seemingly endless spin-offs of the original “Nunsense.”  But with this, the fifth iteration of… Continue Reading