The simplicity of The Goddess Diaries only adds to its brilliance. The single prop on stage is a giant ship’s wheel. A woman in white (Kim Posthumus) tells us that, since ancient times, the wheel has been used as a symbol for time. The wheel can represent both a single year and a single lifetime.
So you didn’t get to go to Brazil for the World Cup. Fret not. Tango, Cabaret, Love! will surely send you straight to Argentina!
The Barking Fish Theatre Project has taken the three witches from Shakespeare’s Macbeth and set them on a polluted seaside, next to a beached whale.
“Bitches get stuff done!” is the motto of the See/Saw Theatre Company’s What Would Tina and Amy Do? Tina Fey uttered these words on SNL’s Weekend Update in 2008. Referring to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, Fey said, “Maybe what bothers me the most is that people say Hillary is a bitch. Let me say something […]
The party is already well underway when the audience walks into the Sprenger Theatre. The cast of Stone Tape Party is drinking, dancing, laughing, and singing along to the Counting Crows, as audience members are immediately welcomed to the party. A guy in a robe is chasing a girl in her underwear, and everyone is […]