Articles Tagged With: Tirrell Bethel

Laughter on the 23rd Floor at Cockpit in Court

Your entire future depends upon you finding a voice for your comedy! And there’s no truer a statement when it comes to Neil Simon’s Laughter on the 23rd Floor opening the cabaret series at Cockpit in Court this summer. Directed by John D’Amato, this zany, albeit dated, comedy finds purchase in today’s society with its striking relevance to the bullying process of censorship in media and entertainment.

Hayden Muller is at the top of his game with simplistic Scenic and Lighting Design (except for one slightly mis-angled overhead light which casts somewhat of a blinding beam of irritation into just one small section of the in-the-round spacing) for this production.

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Review: Rashomon at CCBC Performing Arts Academic Theatre

Everyone tells the tale that they want the world to believe. Why should collegiate theatre be any different as they tell the tale of Rashomon adapted from the film by Akira Kurosawa by Fay and Michael Kanin? Rising like the fine morning mist at dawn on the main stage of the Theatre Building at the Community College of Baltimore County Catonsville’s Campus, Performing Arts at CCBC brings an academic student production forth to explore how one story can have many tellings as the events are always in the eye of the beholder.

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