The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington celebrates its tenth anniversary with a play observing the centennial of a hero of the holocaust.
From Dorothy on the yellow brick road to a damsel in distress on the railroad tracks, with the boys next door, love in all its stages and even a cat in a hat!
Fifty years of Summers for Theatre in Terre Haute.
There is a tension between the older Karski looking back as the younger Karski looks forward.
There's a cow and a curse, a beanstalk and a baker, princesses and princes and ...of course...a witch.
A musical, singing about Junie B.'s "top-secret, personal beeswax."
"Because they were read to me so early, when I was a kid, they're in my brain and in my body." director Kenneth Roberson
"I speak in fluent "Pigeonese" and charm the birds right off the trees." Papageno
...a bleak picture, but one with wonderfully moving epiphany!
Dactylic hexameter, just a minor one of the puzzles in "Sing to Me Now"