Politics and theater have always made uneasy partners. Put the two together, and the results can run the gamut from dangerous to dim-witted to yawn-inducingly dull. When the politics involve something as overwhelming as the September 11 assault on the World Trade Center, really bad theater seems imminent. When such a tragic event is to be addressed by actors in clown-face, singing, dancing and telling jokes, really bad theater seems like the best you can hope for. But Brian Jucha's latest project with Infernal Bridegroom Productions proves that the director knows how to manipulate the volatile chemistry of politics and theater to create the right... More >>>
Amy Bruce, Tamarie Cooper and Jodi McLaughlin (left to right) do their best to control Brian Jucha's air traffic.