The Young Lady in White is about an unnamed girl in an undeveloped photograph who, alongside the doodle of a cat, waits to come to life for over seventy-six years as history unfolds in the streets beneath her. Read the full review.
HROSES, pronounced horses (attributable to a spelling mistake by one of the characters is in the play), is the first show of Evolution Theatre’s season. Being produced in association with MiCasa Theatre, HROSES is about love and relationships and so much more. Read the full review.
An immortal Mary Magdalene, drunk and homeless, stumbles into an AA meeting to clean up her act? A geneticist wakes up one morning with a box on his head and decides to clone himself to get to the bottom of it? Yes, indeed. Those are the premises of the two plays that make up Evolution Theatre’s double bill. Read the full review.