This Ivy Tech production brings a considerably broader color palette to a grueling play.
"George and Martha do love each other, but they are kind of crippled in their communication."
Jewish Theatre of Bloomington presents the play is based Eve Merriam’s book "Growing Up Female in America."
It's as dark as O'Neill and Williams but a good deal funnier.
The light at the end of the Dark Alley has a distinctly female hue!
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.”
The Forbidden Show's bawdy subject matter challenges audiences to leave their PC sensibilities at the door. Can Bloomington handle it?
Despite Jules’ best efforts at open persuasion and secret approaches involving a turkey baster, Jo resists.
Oscar Wilde wrote that "The pure and simple truth is rarely pure and never simple” and I can’t think of a better dramatic example than the Cardinal Stage Company’s staging of John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt at the John Waldron Arts Center. This is a review that will be one question after another.
The Cardinal Stage Company wraps up their 2008-2009 season with Doubt, John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play. It’s set in a Catholic School in 1964 and pits a popular priest against a strong willed nun in a battle with dramatic and comic aspects that turns into a gripping mystery.