Juliet Moser

Woolly Mammoth’s “Grace”

Imagine releasing a 5-year-old into the kitchen to make cookies for his mother. Most likely, he’d throw everything yummy into a big red plastic bowl and mash it all up: sugar, cinnamon, bananas, chocolate chips, gummi bears, frozen French fries, lollipops and Kraft Mac’n’Cheese. Similarly, “Grace,” by the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, is an absurd […]

One Helluva Long Day

What do the following have in common: A necrophiliac, the Consortium of Underwhelming Gentlepersons, a kidnapped Guatemalan baby, the Christ, the Antichrist, Michael Phelps and endless, deviant, filthy Thurston jokes? All were topics of Generic Theatre Company’s annual 24 Hour Play. The Saturday night show, which ran for two hours in addition to the 24 […]