The servant finds that two masters may mean two salaries and two dinners, but it's hard to findi the time to spend the money or eat the food.
Saying it's like "Romeo and Juliette" is a bit of stretch, but there is love and there are two families.
"Return of Neverland," a winning script in a skillfully staged production.
A dramatic version of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein comes this summer to the theatre in Terre Haute, then travels to the Crossroads Repertory Theatre.
I don't know quite why, but there's just something about rabbits!
This story of a couple of lovers and the fathers who at least appear to want to keep them apart has a long history.
It’s a production that takes its Shakespeare seriously enough, to want to have fun with every aspect.