"He's liked, but he's not well liked," Willy's critical dismissal.
It's not a 'who dunnit,' but a 'will he get away with it?"
The Shawnee Theatre presents Arthur Miller’s tense family drama "All My Sons."
The thirty-nine selections are traditional pieces, pieces that Johnny Cash wrote, and pieces by other composers. But they all have his stamp.
Sheridan Whitesides, theater critic, columnist and radio personality, is a perfect role for Josh Carroll: acerbic, curmudgeonly, and magnetic.
The Shawnee Theater puts on a melodrama, complete with a hearty hero, a heart-throbbing heroine and a heartless villain.
It's the story of three women who leave the boredom of their homes on their way to realizing the dream of singing in Nashville.
It's the relationship between a southern girl and the Yankee that her father has hired that drives the play.
In his next appearance, in The Wolfman of Greene County, Alan Shepard willl be in an even more extreme bit of costuming.
It's comedy, so when some one says "From here on its clear sailing," you know that the sailing will be anything but clear.