As a charter member of the “It’s too loud!” and the “Where are the melodies?” clubs of musical theatre lovers, I kept delaying my visit to Memphis, thinking it wouldn’t do much for me except perhaps remind me of the Golden Age of good sound and gorgeous tunes, and how much I miss all that. […]
Archives for March 1, 2010
Looking for a legal acid trip? Come see The House of Yes, blowing through Frederick, MD for one more week. Presented with no intermission, the 90 minute production clipped along with nary a pause, featuring pithy dialogue and a twisted plot.
Where can you see a grown man, flattened kite-like soar on a string, get stuffed in an envelope, and even mailed around the world? In the wonderful world of imagination, where Adventure Theatre has enough imagination to flatten dimensions before your eyes.
Neil LaBute once again takes no prisoners, tackling the taboos and unspoken truths of contemporary American life. This play concludes LaBute’s trilogy exploring America’s obsession with physical beauty,
A mini festival of unusual improv featuring Precipice Improv Theater and The Improv Art show!