Pictured: Ambrose Cappuccio and Tiffany Bedwell. Photo by Chris Popio. By Kelsey McGrath NAKED, originally written by Luigi Pirandello in 1922, is known for its pages of dialogue and a lack of driving action. After governess Ersilia attempts suicide, her story and her past become the talk of the town. A...
Weaving its way through multiple decades, locations and theatrical styles, INDECENT is written with the complexity only possible by a master of the craft. Such a play necessitates a director of equal caliber: Gary Griffin proves himself that person.
CAROLINE, OR CHANGE represents the best of what musical theatre is and should be. A riveting story with unique and unforgettable characters, amazing music and sprinkle of magic is change everyone can get behind.
How well do we know our parents? How well do we try to know them? And how well could we possibly know them even if we tried our best?
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT offers an excellent opportunity to examine ourselves and ask ourselves this hard question: if, faced with these perilous situations, what would we do?