Welcome to the law offices of Crash and Burn PA. Visit at your own peril in this hilarious farce reflecting American politics and presidential elections in the distant past and near future. Everything is upside down and up for sale.
But most important, this Theatrical Mining Company production gets the human side right. http://wypr.org/post/rousuck-review-middletown-0
Middletown By Will Eno Directed by Barry Feinstein Showing November 20th-December 6th (Fri/Sat 8pm, Sun 7pm) Church & Co. 3647 Falls Road Baltimore, MD 21211 Cost $12 Pay as you can performance, Thursday, December 3rd.
For fourteen days in July 2000, Israeli and Palestinian negotiators met at the Camp David presidential retreat in an attempt to hammer out terms of a historic agreement to end the conflict between their peoples. In his new drama, Fourteen
The Soulmans Soul is a two-act, fictional, musical play based on the life of Gospel, Pop & Soul Singer, Sam Cooke. Set in 1950s & 60s Chicago, The Soulman s Soul follows the life of a popular, young black man
Lori comes to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to connect with the father she never met and to be alone in the presence of others. She meets Andrew, a college student doing research for a paper. When he tries to strike
Brief Synopsis: Little Miss Mabelle would describe her maternal grandfather as a sweet, old man who makes her laugh and spoils her rotten. So the Sick Stories her family members share about him must be figments of their imagination, right?
Written by Kevin Kostic Directed by Barry Feinstein August 9-26, 2012 It’s December 27th, 2007 in Kisumu, Kenya. People have taken to the streets to protest the questionable results of the presidential election. Jeff, a humanitarian worker burnt-out from his
Written by Mark Scharf Directed by Stacey Bonds July 12 – 29 2012 Once there was the King, the Killer and the Fat Man of Rock ‘n Roll. But time has left the Fat Man forgotten in the Louisiana bayou.
In Collaboration with Heralds of Hope Theater by Tennesse Williams directed by Barry Feinstein November 4 – 27 2011 Quote from City Paper’s rave review: With its mixed-race cast, this production interrogates not only the idealized American family but the