Fifty years after the suicide of Alan Turing, we marvel at how his own country turned on him, and tried to take away his credit for building the first real computer.
Performer and scholar Rob Velella knows the darkness that often lurks in literature, since he has visited the graves of dozens of deceased authors, as well as their homes.
Brooke Adams and Tony Shalhoub star in Commonwealth Shakespeare’s fresh production of Happy Days, directed by Andrei Belgrader November 18 – 23, 2014 at the Carling-Sorenson Theater at Babson College in Wellesley MA.
There is real passion behind this must-be-told story of refugees, child soldiers, and the writers who had the courage to report on it.
A classic author of terror tales takes the stage just in time for Halloween.
The Last Romance is next from Aglet Theatre Company on October 18 at their new home in Sheffield, MA.
It’s back to a battle for the soul of a man searching for truth, satisfaction . . . and a Goddess in this classic tale.
Poe was a master of more than horror stories. He also wrote satires, humor tales, and hoaxes. For comic effect, he used irony and ludicrous extravagance, often in an attempt to liberate the reader from cultural conformity.
Ibsen’s timeless conflict between the hypocritical “moral” majority and a truth-teller is even more riveting in Arthur Miller’s hands.
A literate, intellectually stimulating evening consisting of a staged reading with compelling characters followed by good conversation and refreshments.
An unlikely couple finds each other in this new romantic comedy between an injured dancer and a young man with Asperger's Syndrome who needs to learn how to dance and be social.
The world of Henry IV is filled with fascinating characters including the fatherly Falstaff, young Prince Hall and his nemesis Hotspur, plus the swaggering Pistoll. Centuries later, it’s still a fascinating coming-of-age story.