X Men, smurfs, cougar grandmas, special brownies, and lots more unusual characters fill up the bed and breakfast known as the Anything Goes Inn.
Billy never learned to sign: his parents were against it. But into his life comes Sylvia, who is trying to learn as her hearing fades, and everything comes into question.
“A new play that takes a comedic look at the fraught time in history as seen through the eyes of tinsel town luminaries,” says Oldcastle’s Eric Peterson.
Did you know that All My Sons won Miller the first Tony award ever for playwriting? The story chronicles the events of a single summer day in which hard-working, self-made family man Joe Keller is forced to face the consequences of his past actions so that his son can have a better life.
Kristin Wold, Peter Andersen, Jonathan Croy, Gwendolyn Schwinkle, and others use performance, movement, and discussion to delve into Shakespeare’s Henry VI, parts 1, 2 and 3 using excerpts that examine themes of gender, violence, religion, power, and politics.
Flo Hayle directs Kathleen Devine and Caedmon Holland in this wickedly witty and touching trip down the yellow brick road of Judy’s astounding career.
A bold re-imagining of the last night in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., The Mountaintop runs August 18-28, 2016 at the Chester Town Hall.