It's not the past, but the memory of the past that matters.
"The Truman Show's" Seahaven was always a picture of a fairy tale land, in this new incarnation it also sings.
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 […]