A Dem Bones FairytaleOct 28th, 2009 by Stella Cretek
A casket isn’t just a casket anymore, or so says Stella in a letter to her cousin Bitsy.
Too Shocking For TheatersOct 27th, 2009 by Matt Wild
Matt Wild returns to VITAL and TCD with an irreverent (and slightly crude) look at possibly the worst horror film of all time.
Cultural ZeroOct 27th, 2009 by DJ Hostettler
We all have 15 minutes of fame, but we don’t all get to choose which 15 minutes those are.
UnscriptedOct 26th, 2009 by Michelle Sieg
Looking back, the race really ran parallel to my life as of late. I alternated between feeling really strong and feeling pain.
Moving PicturesOct 26th, 2009 by Mark Metcalf
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three is a very simple little heist movie except that it may be the best one ever made. Here, Mark Metcalf compares the 1974 version with its 2009 remake.
ReviewOct 24th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
The Repertory actors actually exceed Lucinda Coxon's thirtysomething dilemma story script with fleshed-out performances.
Costume WatchOct 23rd, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
You would think we're talking about kids' play, but this year it's the adults who are taking dress-up seriously.
Oct 21st, 2009 by Hope Stolarski
Once the curtain closes, a community stage actress laments the end of the camaraderie on and off the stage that makes each production special. Pt. 2
DivisionariesOct 21st, 2009 by Divisionaries
Divisionaries recaps last week's successful and not-so-successful comebacks, keeps tabs on Brett Favre and predicts more depression for the Rust Belt in Week 7.
Strini updateOct 20th, 2009 by Tom Strini
Dig into a bowl overflowing with artsy news items.
PODCASTOct 20th, 2009 by amy elliott
Our series on illustrators wraps up with Justin Shady, who discusses the rise and fall of Tastes Like Chicken, his life as a writer and why he moved to L.A.
On Stage with TCDOct 20th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
Fairy tales are afoot, jazz and modern dance flow and youth are the focus in this week's edition.