There's no sleeping through this version of the Scottish play.
The bloody play of wrong decisions made comes to Stark Naked Theatre.
Shakespeare, comic books — for the Avengers auteur, it's all the same thing.
In this latest coproduction from Main Street Theater, Shakespeare's war play springs to magnificent life.
CHARACTERS The Manichean; apparently intoxicated gentleman; our narrator; assorted children up past their bedtime SCENE 1 A breezy Saturday. 8:55 p.m. Tonight, we're told, is MKT's "Vinyl Night," sponsored by Heights Vinyl. This week's vinyl group is Justice Tirapelli-Jamail and Cory Sinclair of T ... More >>
While they have notoriously barred the use of their songs in advertising campaigns and initially resisted selling their music on iTunes, Radiohead has been more than willing to lend their vast brooding catalog to filmmakers, exposing mainstream culture to what might have otherwise remained a margina ... More >>
Although I drank enough in college, I never went to traditional college nights, at least not the kind with nearly-free booze and 21-year-olds shooting their way across a strip of bars. After reading about the worst of stereotypical college life, this sounds like a less harrowing assignment. ... More >>
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Two young people find a love worth dying for
A rose is a rose, y'all
Catastrophic Theatre, the successor to Infernal Bridegroom Productions, has had to delay its production of Spirits to Enforce by a week and also cut that week from the planned three-week run of the play.It's because of illness, says CT's Jason Nodler."With a cast of 12, who are all on stage from sta ... More >>
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