All stories by Eve Bromberg on BroadwayStars

Saturday, September 16, 2023

Best of The Summer: Alex Edelman’s “Just For Us” — An Nuanced Exploration of Judaism and Standpoint by Eve Bromberg

Edelman always wanted to be white. ‘I know, I know. Dream achieved!’ he says.

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 10:43AM
Thursday, May 25, 2023

“Blessed Unrest” Misconceptions: A Mismatched Use of Traditional Theater Mechanics  by Eve Bromberg

How for the next few weeks these actors get to tackle conflicts onstage and then return to their everyday lives, undeniably altered. Meanwhile, before me, a performance was taking place. We …

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 05:24PM
Monday, April 3, 2023

Lorraine Hansberry’s “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window” Offers Up Complex Women and Self-Criticism in a Quasi-Solipsistic Depiction of the by Eve Bromberg

There are those cultural events that feel too good to be true – many stars align to create a perfectly satisfying contribution, almost all-encompassing in its thoughtoutness.

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 07:32PM
Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Sure, Critique Ballet and Balanchine, but Erika Lantz Does it Wrong by Eve Bromberg

Pain has been felt in the halls of Balanchine’s house, but joy and beauty exist too. Neither outweighs the other.

SOURCE: Culture Bot at 10:00AM

All that Chat