Charles Ludlum's The Mystery of Irma Vep is many things. One thing it is not: easy.
Photo by Michal Daniel Bradley Greenwald.
The Jungle Theater revisits the play starting this week. Joel Sass directed the first production in 2010, and this marks his third time in the chair of the play, which tells a fast-paced adventure with only two actors.
"The Heiress" examines love and loss
Greg and Marissa Frankenfield know mistakes were made during the first year they owned the venerable Old Log Theater, but they're confident the second season will continue to smooth the transition.
Photos courtesy Old Log Theatre The cast of Life Could be a Dream.
"We have an understanding of what is important to our audience and the folks who eat here," Frankenfield says.
Old Log shows teething pains at opening of Cowgirls
|Strindberg and Harriet Bosse, sort of.|
As I was killing time at home Thursday night before heading to the Orpheum for The Book of Mormon, I saw that New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley had posted a re-review of the longstanding hit Broadway musical.
Photo by Joan Marcus Denèe Benton and Cody Jamison Strand.
In a nutshell: He still loved it. And after Thursday night, I can say that I still love it as well.More »
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|Grant Schumann as Oswald, Peter Middlecamp as Sir Gawain, Cassie McNally as Clovis in King Arthur.|
I didn't know I would be revisiting my childhood Saturday evening when I headed for Lowertown and the second Big Lowdown event.
Photo by Ed Huyck Don't believe the stories, this giant puppet dog is as friendly as they come.
Yet there I was, almost four decades since my last round, leading a game of Red Light/Green Light, while a cadre of my fellow travelers tried to tag me it.More »
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The latest iteration of Andrew Lloyd Webber's overwrought Evita arrives at the Ordway with a well-staged but ultimately empty production.
Photo by Richard Termine Sean MacLaughlin and Caroline Bowman
The singers hit all of the notes. The scenes move like clockwork. All of the pieces are in place, but the show felt like it was performed by robots instead of human performers.
Ordway announces 2014-15 season