Juliet Wittman is an investigative reporter and critic with a passion for theater, literature, social justice and food. She has reviewed theater for Westword for over a decade; for many years she also reviewed memoirs for the Washington Post. She has won several journalism awards and published essays and short stories in literary magazines. Her novel, Stocker's Kitchen, is currently being shopped to editors.
3 days ago | Politics
In It’s Only a Paper Moon Hanging Over Immigration History, which is being workshopped at the Dairy Arts Center, Motus Theater's Kirsten Wilson wants to explore what constitutes race and whiteness, interact with audiences and encourage ques...
10 days ago | Theater
Some theater companies preach, some educate, some exist simply to provide entertainment, whether big, brassy musicals or dated comedies with gentle jokes that go down easy. But the Edge Theater in Lakewood has a vibe all its own, so it's shocking ...
17 days ago | Theater
As an impressionistic exploration of evil, a take on the sheer horror of JonBenét’s murder, House of Gold is absorbing and effective. But when the play flattens this once-living-and-breathing child into a symbol, it feels like a violation.
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23 days ago | Art News
Thaddeus Phillips, known for his mind-expanding experimental work, has a young son, and his latest play, A Billion Nights on Earth, was created for children. Also adults.