Pierre Choderlos de Laclos’ Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and Christopher Hampton’s eventual theatrical translation, mine the lives of the French idle rich for drama and moral insight, presenting a twisted cautionary tale of seduction and doomed love.
Archives for December 10, 2012
Olney Theatre Center begins its search for new Artistic Director Olney Theatre Center announced this morning that Martin Platt, who joined the company as its Artistic Director in June, 2012, has moved on to other endeavors. Olney Board member Alan Wade, who has been seen onstage at Olney in productions such as Witness for the Prosecution […]
The Heiress is one of those well made plays from the 1940s that takes its time to tell its absorbing story of Catherine Sloper, a lady living a very dull life in her father’s house on Washington Square in the New York of 1850.
Mark Twain reputedly called golf “a good walk spoiled” but the four men who make up The Foursome at Bay Theatre Company are spoiling for more than a good walk. They are fellow graduates of an unnamed business college, class of 1983, and they are back together for their twentieth reunion. They are friends – […]