Ligature Marks takes you on an unforgettable, emotional journey you cannot miss.
This eccentric, two and a half person show from Not a Robot Theatre Co will leave you smiling. Jacy Barber and Jason Patrick Wells wrote, produced, and star in this quirky, trans-media creation. They have transformed the Sprenger Theater at Atlas into a sci-fi, rock music adventure using well-timed projections, lights, props, and puppets.
Although this staging of John Becker’s well written musical has its moments of brilliance, it suffers from one endemic problem: a generally inexperienced cast.
It’s difficult to state why this show is such an absolute must-see without giving away too much of what makes it so special. A Dream Within a Dream is an ode to all things Edgar Allan Poe. However, rather than force people to idly sit through a 60-minute play, the show’s creators have put together […]
Reflections of General Robert E. Lee To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the civil war, ‘Country Joe’ Rosier is performing two one acts: one as Robert E. Lee and the other as Ulysses S. Grant. Rosier, also a trial lawyer, researched both generals for years, following their lives by visiting the towns they lived in […]
The lengthy title of this spy spoof might lead you to expect a bro-filled battle with a bare bones plot; however that is absolutely not the case with John Blade. The fights, of which there are many, are well executed, but it’s the story and the acting that truly make this worth seeing.
Laura Zam’s humorous one woman show treads a fine line and masters it beautifully. It centers on sex and marriage, and her quest to free herself from the effects of being sexually abused as a child – all usually serious, unfunny topics.