Theatre Critic John Porter looks at "The Pillowman."
Articles by John Porter
Join us this week as Time for the Blues (10/28/12) drags out the scariest blues songs we can find! Even if they're not THAT scary, you can always turn off the lights and do that flashlight thing under your chin for effect!
Every kid loves Halloween. And you’ve never met two bigger kids than Henry Cook and Professor Johnny Porter. We love just about everything about Halloween, costumes, parties, and especially candy. Except candy corn. For some reason, Henry absolutely HATES candy corn.
Theater critic John Porter looks at Firehouse Theatre Project's latest offering.
John Porter reviews "Regrets Only," the premiere play in Richmond Triangle Players' 20th season.
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."