Gia On The Move


Greek plays

#HFF19 ‘The Birds’, reviewed

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey If you’ve never seen or read Aristophanes’ The Birds, the new Sacred Fools production is a fun way to experience a story that even 2400-some years later, it’s woefully relevant. Adapted (hardcore big-league adapted) by the... Continue Reading →

A Noise Within’s ‘Argonautika’ Is a Sprawling, Impressive Voyage

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey A Noise Within's production of Mary Zimmerman's, Argonautika tells an ancient tale, but the storytelling is anything but traditional. Director Julia Rodriguez-Elliott employs dance, silks, puppets, and impressive staging to bring the Argonaut's journey to life,... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘The Women of Lockerbie’, reviewed

by Bob Rich The Women of Lockerbie is about a father and mother who just lost their son, who was a passenger on a tragic airplane flight. Wisely, this play was written with an abundance of poetry, a little levity... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Kassandra’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move She asked the gods for greatness. But the gods can be cruel. She became the seeress who told the truth, but was not to believed. On the morning she is to die, King... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF15 #Reviews : Fuck You Jason or Medea

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Talk about complicated relationships! It’s true Medea is an angry women.  And “hell hath no fury” barely touches upon the “I can give it and take it away” revenge this neglected and tossed... Continue Reading →

The Curse of Oedipus at Antaeus Theatre Company

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move It started off promising but somehow didn’t quite make it all the way. The world premiere of, The Curse of Oedipus written by Kenneth Cavandar, directed by Casey Stangl and developed by the... Continue Reading →

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