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Book reviews from various blogs I’ve written for over the years compiled at Goodreads (I’m working on getting the reviews all in one place over there…bear with me in the meantime)

Ascent Aspirations Magazine

Scars Publications

Other: (scroll to page 53)

Guest posts at Lahikmajoe Drinks Tea

…a hundred visions and revisions, before the taking of toast and tea

We’ve no time to wash the things between whiles

as Others

Bully For You

Rose Red Review

Summer Shades

North Country Writer’s Festival 2015 (First Place, Poetry)

Sagamore

3Elements Review

Momentous

Watertown Daily Times, Page A2

Fourth & Sycamore

Two poems – Ex-Pats and Black Pond 

Daily Gazette

A ‘wickedly’ entertaining musical

Durang’s farce both moving and hilarious

‘Gutenberg’ silly and irreverent, yet enjoyable

Shakespeare & Company play is an absolute dream

‘The God Game’ at Capital Repertory a stunning work

‘Flashdance’ evokes nostalgia, and that’s enough

Despite slow start, ‘Gypsy’ succeeds

Home Made Theater’s tame version of Christie play worth seeing

‘SantaLand Diaries’ generates some serious laughs for SCP

Iranian playwright’s ‘White Rabbit’ is raw and compelling

Cap Rep production portrays gripping struggle for power

C-R Productions’ ‘Les Mis’ has merits, issues to iron out

Technology takes the life out of ‘Ghost: The Musical’

New ATF play not to be missed

Exuberant ‘Anything Goes’ treat for both eyes and ears

Les Miserables’ is a feast for the eyes and ears

‘Leading Ladies’ lingers too long

SCP gets in spirit of Coward comedy

Cohoes’ ‘Dolly’ gets sterling treatment

Whitton shines in one-man ‘SantaLand’

‘Drawer Boy’: Strong performances make play on friendship compelling

Uneven “Chorus Line” still fun

Potter spoof gets everyone laughing

Gritty realism: Green Day show ‘American Idiot’ has one more show at Proctors

Jane Austen tale gets musical, pleasing adaptation at Cap Rep

Rigby’s ‘Peter Pan’ proves magical for children and adults alike

Woman’s struggle confusing

Classic drama of family intrigue gets royal treatment in the Berkshires

Nostalgic ‘Animal Crackers’ funny, yet feels dated

‘On the Town’ is perky love letter to 1940s NYC

Flawless ‘Heroes’ not to be missed

SLOC production of ‘Sweet Charity’ ambitious but uneven

Woman goes from victim to victimizer in mesmerizing play

‘Spamalot’ is frenetic fun at Park Playhouse

Classic whodunit tale gets stellar, innovative update at Berkshire

Queen musical rocks Proctors

Players offer fine addition to resurgence of Holmes

Hilarious ‘Spelling Bee’ a must-see at SLOC

Barrington’s ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ pure inspiration

Strong cast propels ‘Young Frankenstein’

Performers shackled by dated, offensive ‘Rat Pack’

Story about making the movie ‘Gone with the Wind’ makes engaging play

Cast can’t save outdated ‘Morning’s at Seven’

Shaq survives ‘Running Wild’ in Adirondacks

Last-minute gift idea: The arts!

Kaaterskill Basin Literary Journal

The Sin Eater

The Museum of Americana: A Literary Review

Carrying the Banner

Sundog Lit

Real Live Girls with Scales and Tails

Gingerbread House Literary Magazine

Hunger: The Black Widow

Happily Ever Aftermath

The Alt

It’s dysfunction junction at Albany Civic’s Wonderful World

HMT’s ‘Charlie Brown Christmas’ is a hot ticket in chilly weather

Into the Woods: Songcraft, steampunk and arts and crafts

Albany Civic Theater’s soup kitchen for the soul

Jack Hanna’s boundless energy and passion for animals cheer Proctors

A reimagined Sherlock Holmes dazzles at Home Made Theater

Third time, still charming: Wicked at Proctors

A contemporary Dorian Gray that maintains the classic Wildean values

SLOC’s Sondheim production goes into the weeds

The Foreigner at Home Made Theater will make you think

A Shot in the Dark at Albany Civic Theater struggles to find its way

Risk pays off for Confetti Stage with Mary Kate Olsen is in Love

The Curious Savage stands the test of time

True West needs a bit of calibrating

The brilliance of “Dog Sees God”

“They’re all going to laugh at you!” Carrie at The Barn

Return of “The Birds”

“Nikola Tesla Drops the Beat” is electric

“Rich” production buttresses heavy “Marigolds” at Bridge Street Theatre

Ragtime at Park Playhouse is a triumph

Skeleton Crew captures real life struggle

“Mamma Mia!” at Cap Rep is enjoyable fluff

Intimate Apparel is “theater at its most powerful”

At Home at the Zoo is explosive

Sweeney Todd in the round at Mac-Haydn Theatre

Despite talented cast, “This” isn’t quite it

“Every Brilliant Thing” tells deep truths

The Optimism of “Godspell”

“Actually” finds power in its realism

“Guys and Dolls” is an end-of-summer delight

“The Pillowman” at Albany Barn explores dark spaces

“Peter and the Starcatcher” a joyful season opener for Albany Civic Theater

“How to Pray” is a challenging, worthwhile watch

A “stellar” production of Cabaret at SLOC

“In the Heat of the Night” is a timely production

“Lost Lake” is a hushed masterpiece

“Fifth of July” a bold choice for Schenectady Civic Players

Skidmore Theater’s adaptation of “Let the Right One In” has teeth

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