Actors Anthony Riemer and Ansley Valentine talk about the pleasure of playing the purity and the courage of two of a quartet of mentally challenged men who live in a group home in a play that they describe as both a humorous and a heartfelt show.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with actor Allison Moody and director Dale McFadden.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with actor Brandon Cutrell.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with actors Jennifer and Rob Johansen about the final production of the 2007 Brown County Playhouse Season.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with actors Wendy Barrie-Wilson and Lilia Vassileva about the upcoming Brown County Playhouse production of “The Glass Menagerie.”
Ken Ludwig"s backstage farce "Lend Me a Tenor" is at the Brown County Playhouse in a tidily staged, door slamming production directed by Dale McFadden. The story is set in the Cleveland of 1934 as the Cleveland Grand Opera’s nervous General Manager, Brad Bellamy, his much put-upon assistant Max, Mathew Buffalo, and the assistant’s girlfriend […]
"Pump Boys and Dinettes" at the Brown County Playhouse is an audience friendly rock n roll, country and blues, musical review. Fred Duer’s richly detailed set has a gas station’s accoutrements on the left and all you’d expect in a diner on the right. The dinettes, waitress owners of the Double Cupp diner, begin the […]
George Bernard Shaw’s "Arms and the Man" at the Brown County Playhouse is a witty character driven comedy that puts a pin into the balloons of romantic notions about, idealized love, war and heroism in a nicely acted production directed by Jonathan Michaelsen. Shaw is the cleverest of playwrights and he’s given us what looks […]
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 […]