A solo show is a difficult thing to pull off. It is a monumental task for one person to keep an audience engaged for a whole show, and the line between wonderful and dreadful is razor thin. But in Zero Hour, Jim Brochu proves he is well up to the challenge. He tackles the complex […]
Archives for September 8, 2009
Page-to-Stage: Monday coverage
Report from Monday, September 7th – the concluding day of Page-to-Stage:
Laughing Daughter’s creators talk about its first production
How do musicals get written and produced? In past columns, I have been following The Tapioca Miracle, now preparing for its fifth workshop presentation. Here, we see a musical which went directly from the page to a full production in a small theatre in southern Maryland.
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