An igloo, a rainforest and a beehive all manage to work their way into this play about sisters living together, and their boyfriends.
Director Jessica Stone returns to direct Ring Lardner and George S. Kaufman’s comedy about the music business.
Charles Ludlam created one of the most astonishing (and ridiculous, if you will) bodies of work in recent theatrical history, and this is arguably the funniest of the lot.
When technology enters our lives, one click can destroy a relationship. And The Cloud is forever.
Casting for the lead role is underway, and the Lord’s first choice – Oprah Winfrey – had already passed “despite numerous divine entreaties”
February’s Valentines are less sweet and innocent and more of a tease when you spend it with the Gypsy Layne Cabaret.
How our buried childhood memories can be turned into the stuff of comedy as we laugh at ourselves and experience a sort of catharsis.
Put on your snowshoes and make tracks for Helsinki Hudson where the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus will make it worth your while to have a Saturday night out.
Larry Murray travels to Baltimore to see Waters entertain his neighbors and finds the filmmaker’s Christmas show is the most sincere and authentic celebration of Christmas around.
A British holiday tradition where you take a familiar story, have everyone cross-dress, and proceed to merrily shred the plot while inserting a pile of topical humor and songs.
Sent through The Gold Dust Orphans’ glitter-filled parody machine, “It’s a Horrible Life” is destined to become another holiday favorite.
Isn’t it ironic that Kurt Vonnegut wrote eleven versions of “Make up your Mind” from which playwright has assembled a single play to premiere at Speakeasy Stage and plays throughout the month of November..