Ed Rampell: The son of a slave, Robeson was a trendsetter in athletics, academics, acting, activism, and is probably best known for his deep baritone and singing, especially for his signature song, “Ol’ Man River”
Ed Rampell: The “monster’s” hideousness causes the scientist to flee and the play explores the Creature’s abandonment issues and a troubled father-son relationship more complex than anything Russian novelist Ivan Turgenev ever wrote.
Ed Rampell: What really sets Fefu apart from most other stage productions is that members of the audience must leave their assigned seats and embark on an onstage odyssey in the Odyssey Theatre’s three-stage complex.
Ed Rampell: As is her creative wont, WGTB’s Artistic Director Ellen Geer makes excellent use of her natural surroundings,
Ed Rampell: Shepard is as skillful at writing as the Flying Wallendas are at executing highwire acts fraught with peril, and after the intermission the playwright pulls a second act switcheroo that I didn’t see coming.