Lonely Planet Is Not to Be Missed
Counter-Productions Theatre Company has a history of choosing relevant plays that create discussion. Their latest production, Lonely Planet by Steven Dietz, does not disappoint. You don’t want to miss this incredible two-man show running through May 7 at AS220’s Black Box at 95 Empire. Lonely Planet is a lovely statement on friendship, memory and fear […]
Dirt: Messy, Preachy, Confused
Arriving at Contemporary Theater Company to see Bryony Lavery’s Dirt, the audience members navigate around beds of soil surrounding the minimal set to find their seats. They look at a glossy white floor with a red chair. In the red chair is a neatly piled mound of soil. As the action of the play unfolds, […]
Singin’ in the Rain, Jr.
The Academy Players are staging a production of Singin’ in the Rain Jr. If you’re expecting to see Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds, you won’t find them here. Yet. What you will see is the next generation of Broadway stars before they leave for New York. These kids are going places! The “junior” production is […]
Granite Throws its Soul into Communicating Doors
If there is one thing I love about community theater, it is the obvious heart and soul that go into each production, and Granite Theatre did not disappoint in that department. This company has a lot of heart, and it shows in their production of Communicating Doors by Alan Ayckbourn, running through April 9. Communicating […]