Actor Aarya Sara Locker talks about her fascination with atypical love stories and her delight in the challenge of playing a character who we see in snap shots every five years as she grows and changes from the early fifties into the mid seventies.
Menacing thunder from Andrew Hopson’s sound design along with Marie Shakespeare’s lightning are very much a part of the drama in "The Woman in Black’ at the Brown County Playhouse. The show begins innocently enough with actor Jack O’Hara on a mostly bare stage simply reading an account of a family story telling at a […]
The Brown County Playhouse’s summer season opened with Connie Ray and Alan Bailey’s "Smoke on the Mountain." This pair was also associated with an earlier Brown County production, "Pump Boys and Dinettes." They’re back in the country, but this time they’ve got religion. Set in the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church near the Blue Ridge Mountains […]
The wonderful word-filled-nonsense of Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest” is at the Brown County Playhouse in a delightful production directed by Jonathan Michaelsen. Once again Wilde’s young slackers: Algernon, the delightfully flexible David Sheehan, and Jack, the somewhat stiffer Erik Friedman, pursue their private hijinks. Jack who lives a decorous life in the […]