80s Shorts at the Bloomington Playwrights Project is a set of five ten-minute-plays that evoke the 80s on a stage set with brightly colored Rubik’s cubes.
Marty and Doc drive a soy-fueled Prius in one of the '80s Shorts at Bloomington Playwrights Project.
Cadillac is a fascinating inside look at a car dealership, the forces that drive it, the sales people the customer, the strategies of the business.
As always there was quite at variety of styles and approaches. For some reason tap dancing appeared as a key feature in two of the playlets.
Sally and Matt both have some carefully hidden or repressed past secrets that have to be share.
I can sum Tally's Folly up in three words. It’s a valentine.
The Bloomington Playwrights Project hosts its first festival featuring eleven different plays ranging from traditional comedies and dramas to absurdist humor.
The Bloomington Playwrights Project is offering a festival of such richness and variety that it beggars description. This beggar will try.
The production directed by the bpp’s artistic director Richard Perez mixes genuinely funny moments with some that are tediously sophomoric.