Tig Notaro is the only comedian signed to the indie music label Secretly Canadian, and she loves being part of the scene.
Son Richard is ready for the tumbrils of the French revolution to carry robber barons to the guillotine.
"You wouldn’t mix up an algebra class and a French class any more that I’d mix up plays."
The Comedy of Errors... a play for theatre-goers for whom one set of twins isn't sufficient.
It begins with a single pathetic cookie, ends with a giant cake and plays both the pathos and the larger than life roles throughout.
On this week's episode of A Place for Film, Andy and Jason sit down with Chelsey McKrill again and talk about comedies coming out this summer.
It's a tragedy. No, it's a comedy. No, it's a fairy tale!
Four days of wild romantic conflict, two dead lovers, two dead brawlers and two more victims of relatively collateral causes.
Nell Weatherwax does her own special brand of on-the-edge storytelling in the first act of The Forbidden Show. Act two? “Assholes and Aureoles.”
Shawnee Theatre turns to a serious mystery drama with Stephen Dietz’s Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure.