The story begins as screen legend Carole Lombard is anxious to get home after a WWII War Bonds tour, because she suspects that her husband, Clark Gable, could be cheating on her.
Review of Yasmina Reza’s outrageously funny Tony winning play in which two perfectly behaved couples meet to discuss a fight their two sons had, when civility slips away and all hell breaks loose.
A huge cast hurtles through the funniest play of the year with director Julianne Boyd never taking her foot off the gas pedal. Burns and Murray review playwright John Guare’s take on the original play and film, where he has blended the two together for one zany evening of screwball comedy.
Under director Giovanna Sardelli’s skillful direction, six marvelous actors deliver a glimpse of an earlier time that is both heartfelt and heartbreaking.
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.
When Jeff McCarthy remakes himself with paste and whiskers into the aging squire/knight errant Don Quixote in front of our eyes, it is theatrical magic time. At that moment it was clear that this “Man of La Mancha” was going to be transformative .
Plucky, lucky, clucky, ducky – there’s some fowl humor going on here…plus a Cow patty!