The winter winds have just begun to blow, yet spring has arrived at the City Center on West 55th Street, where The Band Wagon is making a lot of people happy. Unfortunately, this version will only play through Sunday, with two final performances on November 16th. If you want to get a glimpse of what […]
On Monday night, September 8th, Bay Theatre’s reading of the comedy Four Weddings and an Elvis finished with a surprise twist not in the Nancy Frick script. As the reading, held at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis, ended, before anyone could leave, a real wedding ceremony began as Bay Theatre Artistic Director Janet Luby […]
When we were young, the search for a life partner was so organic a part of our lives that we barely understood what we were doing. We would study for geometry and fill out college applications and go to the movies or a rave with our friends, and then with one special friend, and then […]
If you’re an Arthur Miller devotee, you’ll probably have mixed feelings about The Price. But if you’ve yet to see Death of a Salesman or The Crucible or All My Sons or any of Miller’s earlier, better-known works, what some may see as second-tier Arthur Miller will seem to you like first-tier theatre. And in […]
Nuns on chaotic power trips. Accountants held captive in live productions. Dancing camels. Executions. The Pope.
Mark Twain reputedly called golf “a good walk spoiled” but the four men who make up The Foursome at Bay Theatre Company are spoiling for more than a good walk. They are fellow graduates of an unnamed business college, class of 1983, and they are back together for their twentieth reunion. They are friends – […]