It is very difficult to review a brand new play. There is no track record. The story line is totally unknown, the characters, completely unfamiliar. What do you focus on; the narrative of what the author intends or the path the director wants you to see and take? And this […]Read more ›
Articles by: Kevin Korowicki
STAGE is not the only publication Kevin has written for in his theatre "career". While living in Washington, D.C., Kevin was a reviewer/critic for INTERMISSION, "a Performing Arts News Magazine" published in Alexandria, VA and St. Louis, MO. Kevin's reviews covered both professional Equity theatre (Ford's Theatre, Kennedy Center), as well as local non-profit "community" theatres. Kevin has also studied acting/modeling in Hollywood, CA and was a student of the late Oscar winning actor, Sandy Dennis, at HB Studio in New York City. Kevin has been involved with numerous theatres throughout the Delaware Valley and hopes to continue his "passion" for years to come.