Monthly Archives: March 2011

I Saw A Show, And It Did Things To Me.

brechtfastcereal: a sort of review by Daniel Darwin I just watched the third to last performance of Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle [trans. Eric Bentley] at Theater For A New City, put on by a bright young company named Pipeline, and directed by Anya Saffir.  I don’t write reviews. Largely because I find I […]


We were hugely successful with our indiegogo fundraiser, which made The Caucasian Chalk Circle such a success!  Thank you to everyone who supported the show both by donating and being with us in the audience at the shows!     Thank you SO much to all of our donors, we couldn’t have done it without […]

Show up early and put yourself on the waitlist to catch The Caucasian Chalk Circle while it’s still around thru TOMORROW.  Tonight and Saturday @ 8pm (box office at 7pm).  There’s also a Saturday matinee (tomorrow) @ 2pm, tickets still available online!!! leeicedtea: Just saw Pipeline Theatre’s Caucasian Chalk Circle last night and I highly recommend it! I know the mention of Brecht can be a major turn-off for some, but this won’t disappoint you, I promise. For one thing, there’s singing. Lots of it. There’s also a lot of public drunkenness and tongue-in-cheek…

Stuff she’s seen lately…