Every so often you encounter the perfect pairing of actor and role. Mary-Arrchie founding member and Artistic Director Richard Cotovsky has found one of those roles. From his shoulder-slumped shuffle to his cautious and weary gaze, Cotovsky fully embodies Arthur, an inert Uptown donut shop owner who’s the center of Tracy Lett’s 2008 play, Superior… Read More A truly superior ‘Superior Donuts’ at Mary-Arrchie Theatre Co.
What happens in Amsterdam stays in Amsterdam. At least, that’s what should have been the case for Matt (Dan Behrendt), Davis (Dereck Garner) and a mysterious redhead named Christina (Sasha Gioppo). Matt, a sensitive and sad playwright, has been going through a rough patch. He broke up with his girlfriend last year, his latest play… Read More Mary-Arrchie’s superb ‘Red Light Winter’ finds compelling tragedy in revisiting a one-night stand
Mary-Arrchie theatre is an ideal venue for David Cromer’s wild production of Kirk Lynn’s Cherrywood. For those who haven’t been, at first glance, you might easily think the theatre is housed within a sketchy liquor store. But then you see the sign for Mary-Arrchie next to the liquor store, and you hesitantly go up a… Read More My super rambly thoughts on ‘Cherrywood’ at Mary-Arrchie