Dick Price: This comedy with an edge lays bare the empty soul at the heart of a “market-based” economy that values only the bottom line, never mind the people whose lives are often crushed when numbers shift.
Dick Price: Directed by Michael Woolson, Laura Eason’s two-character drama hinges on the ways technology shapes relationships, making it both simpler to connect and easier to betray.
Dick Price: The ties binding this latest play’s characters unfold slowly over “In Between’s” two acts, revealing that they are not just a set of people who mostly happen to interact in a barroom.
n 1980, playwright-director John DiFusco worked with fellow Vietnam veterans to conceive an award-winning play, “Tracers,” that illuminated the adventures of eight prototypical front-line soldiers as they wended their way from raw recruits in basic training, to green troops first learning the ropes “in country” in Vietnam, to more seasoned “grunts” facing snipers and ambushes […]
ichael’s Daughter,” the one-woman play written and performed by Ciera Payton, quilts together family dysfunction, drug addiction, and the weight of growing up biracial in the Deep South into a loving, bluesy jazz riff on one woman’s ability to surmount forces that would surely crush a lesser soul. In telling her own life’s story, Payton […]