What could be better than one Alan Bennett? How about two? The British playwright (The History Boys, Talking Heads) often injects pieces of his personal life into his work. In The Lady in the Van, Bennett not only recounts a unique fifteen year portion of his life, he is both major character and Greek chorus […]
The heat has officially been turned way up on the lowly monologue. Next week, audiences will have two chances to cheer on their favorite performers as they compete for the adoration of the crowd, the approval of judges, and cash prizes.
While other theatre companies fundraise with spring galas, Unexpected Stage Company is holding a monologue competition, with a decidedly lower price of admission – $10, to support their third season.