Maura Hogan

Writer and raconteuse. Theater and arts critic. Eleventh-hour mom. Triangulating life from Charleston to Brooklyn Heights to the Hudson Valley.

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REVIEW: Charleston Stage's Of Mice and Men casts an eye on the American Dream
October, 30 2018
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Footlight Players' The 39 Steps delightfully hams up Hitchcock
October, 23 2018
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From MOJA to MAGA: Staging the African-American experience
October, 15 2018
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Charleston Stage's Mamma Mia! is ABBA-Happy
September, 11 2018
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Village Rep's trip to Treasure Island sparkles
August, 29 2018
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Review: Footlight's Lady Day is soul-stirring and heart-wrenching
August, 23 2018
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What If? Productions has shows, will travel
August, 22 2018
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Review: What If?'s latest is a winning play in a losing game
July, 23 2018
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Revisiting the artist-audience contract after Spoleto 2018
June, 13 2018
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Week two of Spoleto 2018 is spirited and spiritual
June, 6 2018
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This year's Spoleto Festival is temporally obsessed
May, 30 2018
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Ghosts of artists past bring Spoleto Festival USA 2018 to life
May, 23 2018
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PURE’s Straight White Men offers a new angle on privilege
May, 2 2018
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Review: In Marjorie Prime, sci-fi is all in the family
March, 28 2018
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Review: What If?'s Stupid Fucking Bird is a bunch of fucking fun
March, 22 2018
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Review: Charleston Stage's Avenue Q is outrageous fun
March, 14 2018
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Review: PURE's This Random World is a mirthful take on misconnecting
March, 12 2018
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Review: Charleston Stage's 'Helium' uplifts
February, 15 2018
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Threshold Rep takes on an ambitious production of Sense & Sensibility
February, 12 2018
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Fun Home: The Musical mines the dark spots of our intimate stories
January, 22 2018
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A new finale venue, politically charged hip-hop, and a play about a sinking refugee boat make up Spoleto Festival USA 2018
January, 6 2018
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The Year in Theater: From meat pies to irascible patriarchs to sparse set designs, Charleston's theater scene continues to impress
December, 27 2017
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Little girls, little girls set Charleston stages this season
December, 13 2017
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Could the crush of development mean curtains for the peninsula's theaters?
November, 15 2017
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Threshold Rep's The Elephant Man "offers a great deal to gaze and think upon"
November, 3 2017
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REVIEW: 'Sweeney Todd' slays at Woolfe Street
October, 31 2017
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Review: 'The Book of Mormon' never ceases to top itself in hilarity — and heart
October, 19 2017
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Midtown Productions' 'It's Only a Play' sends up show biz
October, 19 2017
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REVIEW: Threshold Rep's 'Ripcord' shines when showcasing the twisted talents of its leading ladies
October, 2 2017
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Steven Levenson's If I Forget mines the depths of one Jewish family's dramas
September, 27 2017
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Charleston Stage's Little Mermaid whips up sparkle and spectacle
September, 5 2017
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40 years of making theater and driving change
August, 23 2017
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A Theater Critic looks back at 20 years of performance in the Holy City
August, 9 2017
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The heart twists and turns in Spoleto's second week
June, 7 2017
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Spoleto artists mine the role of women today
May, 31 2017
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Forget what you think you know — Hynes' 'Waiting for Godot' is a stellar take on Beckett's play
May, 27 2017
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Asking the tough questions of Spoleto's 41st season
May, 24 2017
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Spoleto tunes up with six-figure Steinway grand piano, unveils its poster, and honors Stephen Colbert's in-laws
April, 11 2017
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Village Rep's 'Dogfight' proves that not all is fair in love and war
April, 2 2017
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Review: 5th Wall Productions' 'Snowblind' is worth the trek through Citadel Mall
March, 20 2017
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REVIEW: Death, drama, and questionable truths run rampant in PURE's 'Our Mother's Brief Affair'
March, 15 2017
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REVIEW: 'Uncle Vanya' offers a meaty rumination and a bit of ribbing on the human race
March, 2 2017
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REVIEW: Village Rep's latest is a gut-wrenching story about a daughter struggling to care for her ailing father
February, 27 2017
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REVIEW: Charleston Stage's 'Peter and the Starcatcher' is cheeky, cheerful, and utterly charming
February, 22 2017
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REVIEW: PURE's 'The (Curious Case of the) Watson Intelligence' is a provocative think piece
January, 24 2017
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REVIEW: 'Mine' is a dark tale done right under the direction of Threshold Rep's Jay Danner
January, 15 2017
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Preview: Spoleto Festival USA 2017
January, 8 2017
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City Paper theater critic takes a look back at some this year's best local performances
December, 28 2016
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Review: PURE Theatre's 'Underneath the Lintel' is just the kind of magical play we need right now
December, 13 2016
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Review: Woolfe Street’s 'My Fair Lady' reinforces the importance of language — past and present
November, 21 2016
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Maura Hogan is a writer who has produced content for charlestoncitypaper.com
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Charleston Stage, New York, Spoleto Festival, Festival Usa, Dock Street, Pure Theatre, Woolfe Street, Village Rep, Street Theatre, Footlight Players
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