Brian Friel’s Dancing at Lughnasa is a sweet and melancholy play for grownups, and co-directors Mark Rhea and Abigail Isaac give it an assured, deliberate presentation, helped by first-rate acting.
Archives for March 23, 2010
Actor James Konicek reads the speech readers chose as the greatest ever written by Shakespeare.
With Golden Age, Terrence McNally has written a not-to-be-missed richly-layered masterpiece-in-the-making.
1959. In their idyllic suburban house on the outskirts of Chicago, Beverly is seen busily packing her family’s goods for the upcoming move. Her austere husband Russ lounges in his recliner, feet propped on a cardboard box as he digs into a container of ice cream.
Toby’s Dinner Theatre stages a vigorous and joyous production of Hairspray under the direction of Toby Orenstein.