Marcia rates it: Susan Austin Roth has written a play that is so powerful it may take your breath away. From the opening scene where we see Andy Armand, superbly acted by Joe Peck, looking for his buddy’s name on ‘The Wall’,
Marcia rates it: One of the things I love about theater is how it often shows us a new and more interesting way to see something. Take the biblical story of Jonah, for example, who is swallowed by a great fish.
Marcia rates it: Debra Ehrhardt grew up in Jamaica with the single minded plan to live in America, where, she believed, “if you dream it, you can achieve it.” Her path to that end, which for most of her young life seemed completely impossible,
Marcia rates it: Vincent. Can you hear that name and not think of sunflowers and madness; a disfigured ear? There is so much more to Vincent Van Gogh, and who better to tell the true story than his own brother.
Marcia rates it: Do not miss Born of a Fairytale. It simply rocks with intensity, sheer enthusiasm, and creativity. This one woman show needs nothing more than a bare stage
Marcia rates it: No question about satire here; Immoral Combat, a Satire on the News Business races along with stereotypes blaring, and all the strong personalities you might expect to find in a newsroom, or in any old office. The stage is set with cluttered desks, computers and the haphazardness of a place where there […]
Marcia rates it: What a kid, that Billy, but he’s not all this play is about. He is simply the catalyst for a show that is driven by some intriguing stories and delightful ensemble work.
Marcia rates it: Miss Crandall’s Classes is the heartfelt drama of one woman’s strong belief that everyone has the right to an education. The teacher’s willingness to put her own life