Dykstra is an HBO Def Poet who does not pull his factual punches. “His liberal views are fired like missiles…when Dykstra spikes his rage with humor, his immense talents shine brightly,” said one critic.
Set during World War II, two young brothers, Arty and Jay, are sent to live with their formidable German Jewish immigrant grandmother. Plays July 16 to August 1 on the Boyd-Quinson mainstage.
Gail Burns says: :Shakespeare devotes almost as much ink to common folk as he does to royalty and titled gentry in this play, which both glorifies and comments sharply on war.”
It’s the heightened form of physical comedy called farce, and delighted audiences are eating it up at the Theater Barn in New Lebanon, NY.
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With Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy on stage, a new play by Scott Carter opens the Chester Theatre Company season, playing from June 24 through July 5, 2015.
The reality of leading a church is radically and hilariously different than what was learned in seminary, and using a wicked tongue, this antic portrait of a small, struggling congregation reaches comic heights.