The Hefner Monologues: How Hefnerian By Matt MacNelly When John Hefner steps on to the stage, you have to believe there was a mix up at the last name factory. With his thinning hair and a thickening midsection, Hefner’s appearance from the beginning suggests he’s not a silk robe and slippers kind of guy.
Euripides’ The Bacchae by Matt MacNelly If there is only one thing the ancient Greeks taught us, it is that tragedy is universal. The stories told by Euripides and friends often involve Gods and mythical creatures, but in the end the tragedy stems from
Ball and Chain By Matt MacNelly A lifetime of happiness. A death sentence. A sacred institution. A tax break. In Ball and Chain, the M word is put under the microscope courtesy of seven new plays that focus on the happily ever after as few have before.