It takes time to build a theatre company, and not just in a logistical sense; you also have to find your voice and working method. So it should not be taken as anything but a good sign of continued dedication that Pallas Theatre Collective is re-imagining themselves three years after making their debut.
Archives for May 15, 2014
Frank Anthony Polito’s new play, being given its world premiere at Compass Rose Theater, owes a debt of gratitude to Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, both being quiet plays about ordinary days and the remarkable moments within them. Yet Another Day on Willow St is very much its own rumination on relationships, communication, aspirations and disappointments. […]
If you like country music, bluegrass, lowdown rock and lots of gospel, you’ll find yourself moved by Jeanine Tesori’s score which was first heard off Broadway in 1997 in a well received Manhattan Theatre Club production that found critical favor. Based on a story by Doris Betts, the musical has a book and lyrics by […]