John Porter reviews "Regrets Only," the premiere play in Richmond Triangle Players' 20th season.
Articles by John Porter
Great songs make for a great evening. Theater critic John Porter looks at "The Marvelous Wonderettes."
Theater critic John Porter looks at Virginia Rep's spoof of the famed detective tale "The Hound of the Baskervilles."
So Henry Cook and I finally got a chance to step out Sunday afternoon (9/9/12) and catch a great show. Li’l Ronnie sent us an invitation to his Harmonica Revue (hereafter referred to as “Harmonica Hooligans”) featuring The Grand Dukes and Mitch Kashmar, Kurt Crandall, and Bob Corritore. Counting Li’l Ronnie, that’s four – count ‘em – four masters of the harp on one stage.
A little known piece of medical history brings the Victorian era to today. John Porter reviews the play "In The Next Room."
Join us for some primary blues education and more silly movie stuff this week on Time for the Blues (8/26/12) as Henry and I will play nothing but "Classic" blues by the most legendary names! It's a great way to start being a blues fan!
We cordially invite you to join us this week on Time for the Blues (8/5/2012) as we celebrate our 106th Anniversary! 106th you say? Well, you'll have to tune in to find out the secret of our longevity! Along with our usual bad jokes, we'll have great new blues including the latest from Rick Estrin and the Nightcats! Isn't that a cool cover?
Theater critic John Porter looks in on Hanover Tavern's latest offering.
Can laughter make you forget a hot summer night? Theater critic John Porter looks at "The Merry Wives of Windsor."
Join us this week on Time for the Blues (7/15/12) as we practice our boating skills through the winding river of blues and discover some rare treats from Muddy Waters and other blues legends! We'll also feature tracks from the new release by our fave bass player/singer/songwriter from the Northwest, Lisa Mann!