Oct 25

Zoe Stuckless, Amber Crollo, Kelly Bachman are Heroes/Harvey Weinstein Continues to Hurt Women

Meanwhile on Twitter and Facebook, Harvey Weinstein won’t learn from his awful behavior. The theatre doesn’t need (any more) people like Weinstein.

The New England Geek stands with survivors. We will believe you if you choose to come forward. You are welcome here. You are not alone. #MeToo

The conversation is ongoing. Search #DowntimeBarNYC for updates.

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Mar 19

The First Tragic Big Man of Hollywood: “Lost Laughs – The Slapstick Tragedy of Fatty Arbuckle”

Aaron Muñoz (Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle) and Kristen Mengelkock (Will); Photo by Meghan Moore.

Presented by Merrimack Repertory Theatre
Written by Andy Bayiates and Aaron Muñoz.
Directed by Nathan Keepers

February 14 – March 11, 2018
50 East Merrimack Street
Lowell, MA 01852
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Review by Craig Idlebrook

(Lowell, MA) Since the advent of the movie industry, we only pay money to see fat men on the silver screen if we can laugh at them. This has invited a parade of tortured souls willing to be crying-on-the-inside clowns in exchange for riches and some measure of acceptance. Too often, however, these jesters (John Belushi, Chris Farley, etc.) break down, and we celebrate the tragedy of a “brilliant life cut short” while waiting for the next heavy man waiting in the wings. Continue reading

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