When America used shock and awe on Iraq, a young man with a yellow Lab at his side found himself right in the middle of it. His riveting play recounts his experiences not only then, but also in the nine years since.
It’s morals vs. money as financial temptations clash with social responsibility in a play that takes us into the cutthroat world of pharmaceutical research and marketing.
Set in a Memphis beauty parlor/boarding house during the waning days of World War II, seven African-American women wrestle with the uncertainty of what the future will hold when, and if, their men return.
With previews starting August 6 and an official opening August 14 Red Velvet is one of the most anticipated plays of the Summer playing to September13 at the Tina Packer Playhouse in Lenox.
This story of Joan of Arc, an icon of human history, is realized from an entirely fresh point of view – her mother’s.
Under director Giovanna Sardelli’s skillful direction, six marvelous actors deliver a glimpse of an earlier time that is both heartfelt and heartbreaking.
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.”