Storm the Theatre This Weekend

From First Thoughts

Closing this weekend in New York City is Storm Theatre’s production of Noon Divide , the final installment of their Paul Claudel Project at the Theatre of the Church of Notre Dame. Storm Theatre (particularly their artistic director Peter Dobbins) is to be commended for tackling such a . . . . Continue Reading »

Paul Claudel’s Home in New York

From Web Exclusives

The Satin Slipper, the ambitious second installment of The Paul Claudel Project by The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Theatre, makes no pretense about being anything but epic in scope… . Continue Reading »

Haiti’s Devils
01.21.2010
David B. Hart

The ever slightly oafish Pat Robertson (you remember him: that fine Christian gentleman who just a few years ago defended China’s infanticidal one-child policy, lest he imperil his own lucrative business relations with the PRC by publically criticizing the regime) has opined that the earthquake in Haiti… . Continue Reading »