Our Shakespeare workshop, originally scheduled for Saturday, August 26, has been postponed. We will reschedule it for a later date and announce the new day and time when we have them. Thank you for your interest.
We did it! Opening weekend was beautiful. The audience members laughed and cried and also questioned why I would do such a “disturbing” play. I am including my director’s notes here as an explanation/defense. Ta-da! I first discovered The Marriage of Bette and Boo—and Christopher Durang—in college. It was love at first read through. He […]
I was in my first play in second grade. It was called Iron John and, because I had a natural aptitude for being precise and bossy, I was cast as the lead narrator. Two days before the show, we had a disastrous rehearsal. We missed cues, we missed, entrances—I’m pretty sure one of the princesses […]
Ask for free stuff and you shall receive… Thus far, I have been very successful in procuring free stuff to fit into our close to $0 budget. I hope my luck holds. The Revels kindly passed along a wedding dress when their show finished last Saturday. Rockefeller Chapel graciously agreed to lend us a robe […]
The challenge to successfully directing Durang is finding the right note to strike. While the content of the show- still borns, alcoholism, verbal abuse, general family dysfunction- are not funny on their own, the vehicle is hilarious, and it is important for the actors to be unapologetic and dive right in. As Durang says in his […]