A Comedy About the Civil War? NCRT’s ‘Ben Butler’ Has Laughs as Collateral

By Bill Eadie | October 25, 2021 |

Richard Strand’s play, “Ben Butler,” is the embodiment of what Shakespeare meant when he wrote, “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers…”

Stephanie Blythe Charms and Dazzles Balboa Audience with Her Johnny Mercer Tribute

By Ken Herman | October 24, 2021 |

Saturday at the Balboa Theatre, mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe heralded in concert the noted mid-20th century song composer and lyricist, Johnny Mercer.

Turnkey Theatre’s Production of ‘Iris & the Axe’ Offers Spooky Suspense for Halloween

By David Dixon | October 21, 2021 |

Gamebooks, particularly the “Choose Your Own Adventure” series, can be a lot of fun, since readers are in control of how the plot progresses. The “Choose Your Own Adventure” format is replicated in Turnkey Theatre’s production of the new gothic mystery audio play, Iris and the Axe.

Coincidence Rules in Globe’s ‘Shutter Sisters’

By Bill Eadie | October 19, 2021 |

There’s a lot of coincidence in Mansa Ra’s world premiere play, Shutter Sisters. Perhaps too much…

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