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Author Archives: Theresa Basile
Once upon a time, I was a big fan of this show. Reruns of South Park and the first season of Scrubs got me through my first year of college. Finding two other shows with such stark tonal differences would … Continue reading
1. Denial No. No. NO. A THOUSAND TIMES NO. MAN FALLING OFF CLIFF GOING “NOOOOOOOOO!” Not now. Not her. Not after everything else that’s happened this year. Not with COVID, the country being on fire, and the wide range of … Continue reading
Writing. It’s my favorite thing to do and I hate it. I don’t think there’s anything that makes me feel more complete than finishing a piece that I’m really proud of. But how often do I feel proud of something? … Continue reading
Sometimes comedy gives us an opportunity to explore painful experiences, such as the loss of a friend. Please “Jane’s Memorial,” my sketch that was part of Magnet Theater’s tri-annual Ringers show.
Readers, after much consideration, I have decided to run for President of the United States. I know I have many competitors in this wide field, but I offer a unique level of preparedness that no other candidate – not even … Continue reading
(This review was originally published on Manhattan with a Twist on May 17, 2019.) What is sin? This is a question that Spicy Witch Productions explores with their two plays in repertory, an “audacious cut” of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure and the premiere of The … Continue reading
When you follow a story for a long period of time, it can be difficult to separate expectations from reality. Game of Thrones is a story with over twenty years of buildup if the books are taken into consideration, and almost … Continue reading
The long-awaited Battle of Winterfell in Games of Thrones has come and gone. There was less bloodshed than expected, fans everywhere lost money in their “which characters are going to die?” pools, and a powerful musical score almost made up … Continue reading
(This piece was originally published on Manhattan with a Twist on January 22, 2019.) A modern audience that sees the world premiere of Wickedest Woman during its run at the WP Theater will know abortion as a controversial topic. The morality of … Continue reading
(This piece was originally published on Manhattan with a Twist on November 30, 2018.) In the new production of Yasmina Reza’s Life x3 by the New Light Theater Project, the host of a disastrous dinner party (Henri) laments the insignificance of human … Continue reading