Eleanor Crowder’s new show focuses on a marriage in trouble, and all the people revolving around it. They’re all connected to a pot of apple jelly one of the characters makes as the action happens, seemingly trying to recapture the family’s happiness through a recipe.Read the full review.
From tabloid folk tale to cult musical, thus is the story of Batboy. It’s the story of one of society’s outcasts just trying to fit in. Something we can all relate to. At least that’s the theory. Having opened yesterday at the Gladstone and running until February 2nd, Black Sheep Theatre puts that theory to the test. Read the full review.
The Gladstone Theatre’s annual radio play has become a holiday tradition, and this year’s offering is a classic Christmas tale suitable for the entire family.Read the full review.
After a successful Fringe Festival run with Tis Pity She’s a Whore, newly founded Bear & Co. holds their first full summer production with Shakespeare’s As You Like It, a story about love with a hint of mistaken identity. Read the full review.
Ever wondered how the story would have went down if Romeo and Juliet were brother and sister? In this 400 year old play that’s almost never produced for it’s risque title and content, now you can find out. Read the full review.
Deceptions run amok in The Communication Cord when Tim starts with a simple lie to his prospective father-in-law – that he owns a house in a quaint little Irish hamlet – that quickly spirals completely out of his control. Read the full review.
Hercule Savinien de Cyrano de Bergerac is a classic tragic hero. Master swordsman and master wordsmith alike with no shortage of panache and bravado. Hercule Savinien de Cyrano de Bergerac is also a classic man in the friend-zone when the woman he loves, Roxanne, asks him to take the man she loves under his protection.Read the full review.