There are white people all over the place. The ones whose dilemmas we observe in J.T. Rogers’ remarkable play are Martin (Kurt Zischke), a Brooklyn lawyer brought in to run a St. Louis law firm, Alan (Lee Sellers), a New York professor with a burgeoning interest in Peter Stuyvesant,
Archives for July 15, 2010
What would happen if men and women were to switch roles in society? Assemblywomen by Aristophanes presented by No.11 Productions, aims at seeing if the grass is greener on the other side as men and women adopt the duties of the opposite sex.
“Words, words, words,” Hamlet sneered at Polonius, who had asked him what he was reading, but to Alida (Helen-Jean Arthur), a brilliant writer now in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, they are the guideposts which will keep her memories aglimmer even as her synapses misfire. They are, to the fiercely independent and private Alida, […]
Actor Ben Egerman is the last human on earth. You the audience member are part of a horde of killer robots who’ve decimated the populace and are now clamouring for his blood, but you won’t kill him as long as he keeps you entertained.
Sex is a very powerful thing, and face it gentlemen, the women are the ones that hold the power. One well planned headache and it is nothing but disappointment and a cold shower. Even Aristophanes in 411B.C. knew that dangling sex like a carrot at the end of a stick creates the basis for some […]
Molotov Theatre Group taught me a valuable lesson: When an usher greets you with a program in one hand and a plastic poncho in the other, get ready to scream and/or duck. Molotov’s production of Shawn Paul Northrip’s The Horrors of Online Dating takes the audience on a darkly funny, musical romp through one woman’s […]
Run Away with Me! is a high energy, fun-filled hour of amazing singing! Terri Allen, Emily Leatha Everson, Justin Ritchie, and Lonny Smith razzle and dazzle the audience in this engaging and highly enjoyable cabaret show in the Baldacchino Gypsy Bar Tent. If you love pop, jazz, country and Broadway show tunes, this show is […]
Beauty…Laughter…Love…War…The tale of those left behind. The Poet Warriors follows the intertwined tale of three couples whose fates are bound to one another and the war in the Middle East.
The Golden Apple of Eternal Desire is presented as an exploration of desire and it’s archetypes through thematic improv comedy; the first scene is a scripted piece featuring actors Nancy Flores, Chris Whitney, and the show’s playwright Frank Mancino portraying archetypical characters hanging out on a park bench, occasionally feeding rum-laced popcorn to pigeons but […]