Catherine Asaro is a person of formidable accomplishment. A physicist with a PhD from Harvard, she has written twenty novels in her “Saga of the Skolian Empire” science fiction series as well as eleven other novels, and several novellas and short stories.
Archives for July 21, 2012
One of the nautically themed songs playing before the opening of Rolling By is “Message in a Bottle” by The Police. Unfortunately, the metaphor of a bottle adrift at sea is an apt one for such a muddled production, one that squanders a premise with a good deal of potential.
The worst thing about Dr. Science’s Science Time Science-va-ganza! is that it’s only an hour long.
The Marquis de Sade may have been many things, but “modest” certainly wasn’t one of them. Like the infamous French libertine and playwright whom they evoke, the cast and crew of In The Company of de sade pull no punches and leave no taboo unturned as they present a bawdy, sex crazed, and ultimately moving […]
A messenger bag and a bonsai tree don’t necessarily scream “solo performance.” But with patience, a good story, and acting prowess, Michael Venske spins a few sparse props into a charming tale of self-reflection… and fortune cookies in Thumbs Up!
Following a long standing tradition, Mike Daisey brings his newest work in development to Woolly’s stage Sunday night, July 29 at 7pm. Daisey, now on Woolly’s main stage with The Agony and The Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, takes time out from his performance schedule to do a one night only workshop performance of The Orient […]