Saturday Apr 12
Ten Reasons to Remember Tom Jones, a Foundling
Great ensemble work all around, and kudos to anything that puts Mary Tyler Moore on the big screen.
Cappies Review of Thomas Jefferson High's 'Taste of Honey'
By Irene Martinko of West Springfield High School The play may be called "A Taste of Honey," but there were no bees buzzing around Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology's auditorium during their impressive production.
A Taste of Honey
An unmarried mother-to-be, pregnant by her black sailor lover, forms a friendship with a young gay man, whilst her floozy of a mother elopes for financial reasons with a despicable spiv.
Even after 56 years, Honey's a sweet treat: Patrick Marmion's review of A Taste of Honey
Live-in housekeeper had baby girl in secret before 'killing her and stuffing body in a trash can at waterfront mansion' Scientology leader's lonely, devoted wife who has not been seen for seven years 'has been banished to secret lair after defying his orders' Amazingly in this age of people demanding roles for women, Northerners and ethnic ... (more)
Q&A: A Taste of Honey
A Taste of Honey, written by Shelagh Delaney when she was 19, became an instant hit after it was first staged in London in 1958.