“All women should see this show,” said a male audience member in the lobby, enthusiastically. “What about the men?” his female companion asked. “Well, it’s not for men,” he offered, to which the three women standing around him immediately said, “ALL MEN SHOULD SEE THIS SHOW.” “Definitely,” he added.
Archives for June 22, 2017
Everyone remembers their first love. And everyone remembers what it’s like to lose it. Heartbreak sucks and my first heartbreak was rough. I was in my early 20s and on the road with a children’s show in Iowa. Before I left for the four month contract, I remember holding my boyfriend tight as we reassured […]
It was 2012 when King’s Players was born. For our first show, we tackled an original piece called In the Company of de Sade. The premise was simple: a director attempts to stage the Marquis de Sade’s infamous dialogue piece, Philosophy in the Bedroom, for the Capital Fringe Festival, until the threats begin. First against […]