Searching for her husband, she finds him buck naked in a trailer park, hooked to an oxygen machine and cooking sausages.
From July 9-13 “Moses” is on stage, an athletic, delicate, anthropological work that draws on everything from capoeira to voguing to postmodern dance.
Shakespeare set in jazz era New Orleans, with music? Only at Shakespeare & Company.
Stories in the Jewish and Arab traditions that may not change the course of history, but are still rich with delicious humor, uncanny insights, and sharp barbs, ready to jab you into painful laughter as they hit home.
Gail and Larry review this howler of a comedy by Charles Busch, who also tells us a bit about its history.
Here is a roundup of some events that promise to be fun for families, film fans and music lovers.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream is the most fun, and arguably the most complicated of Shakespeares plays. Use this clever chart to help keep it all organized in your head.