In this strangely titled production that packs a wallop, writer and director Mark St. Germain sets up an imagined encounter between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway. The world premiere script is remarkably savvy, complete with beats that ebb and flow with a natural ease.
Archives for July 10, 2013
– We talk with Alan Paul, co-director of The Rocky Horror Show, about to open at Studio Theatre’s 2nd Stage – This year marks forty years of pelvic thrusts, cross-dressing aliens, and good old rock and roll that kicks a straight-laced young couple into a time warp of sensual delights and domination. The Rocky Horror […]
– by guest writer Laura Zam – For several years, I had been wanting to write a comedy about the long-term effects of my own childhood sexual abuse. I know, this subject is a riot! But that’s what I do: I write comedies about horrible subject matter. I do this not to trivialize, but to […]