“Sometimes it isn’t so good to go inside your head, Sylvia,” declares her mother Frances in this hands-down, must-see world-premiere drama by Any Grau Duvall. It is the impressive work of a talented local playwright and it moved the Apothecary audience to tears as well as swift applause and genuine contemplation.
Archives for July 13, 2010
With over 130 shows happening at Fringe this year, marketing can be a bit of a problem. Illegal Sex Acts: Live on Stage asks the question “How do you fill seats while pleasing both the audience and the critics?” Most people’s answer is a thought provoking entertaining show with some good laughs. What this audience […]
[Best Imitation], written by Jeremy F. Richter, is a musical with an odd assortment of plot twists and songs that fail to define any purpose behind the existence of the show. The musical opens with Jeremy F. Richter, as the character “Me”, walking through an apartment door in the middle of the stage.