REVIEW: “The Moors” at Bridge Street Theatre

by Macey Levin Jen Silverman is a very provocative playwright whose plays are set in world wide locations mirroring her own extensive living experiences in other lands.  Silverman’s various styles and themes lend her canon of work a certain amount of intrigue.  That is the case with The Moors currently at Bridge Street Theatre in…

REVIEW: “Casse Noisette” at Bridge Street Theatre

by Barbara Waldinger Casse Noisette, French for Nutcracker and subtitled A Fairy Ballet, is Bridge Street Theatre’s current World Premiere offering. Given these clues, audience members may be excused for expecting Balanchine’s ubiquitous holiday ballet, set to the familiar score of Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky, based on Hoffmann’s famous fairy tale.  However, Michael Whistler’s play combines…