With High Fidelity, Landless has done it again – another amazing production of a musical that just didn’t do well in NYC, and turned it into a winner.
Archives for February 25, 2010
Studio Theatre’s production of That Face isn’t pretty, but is instead a startling look into rich, ruined children forced to raise their monstrous parents from young playwright phenom Polly Stenham.
This classic romantic comedy seems to have withstood the test of time. Many remember Marilyn Monroe, as Cherie, in the 1956 film. The story still warms the audience like stepping inside from the cold of the Midwestern blizzard that provides the background for the play.
Arena Stage announces its 60th season which will inaugurate the Mead Center for American Theater in October, 2010.
High Fidelity is an aggregate of great music and funny lyrics hung on a lame story with unlikeable characters, and Landless Theatre plays the hell out of it.
The atheist Augustine Early (Eric Lucas), a poor boy from Kansas, discovered at an early age the liberating force of deciding that there is no God. So he burns down his trailer in order to give himself and his mom better Section 8 housing.