Moreover, once the show opens, Cagigal and EXIT Theatre will be asking audience members and the press not to reveal a single thing that happens in order to maintain the surprise and mystery of the show.
One could not help but be impressed with how effectively Augello uses the space around her, dipping behind a downstage sail to converse with another character, emerging from another with a slight costume change, and strutting upstage as a peeved Queen Elizabeth.
Quirkly and self-referential, O’Hare can do more with her cheekbones than many actresses can do with the entire body.
Time and time again, the audience was confused as to what exactly was happening on stage.
Start with the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act that consigned immigrant families, often for years, to Angel Island in the middle of San Francisco Bay. Jump ahead 120-or-so years to a troupe of young Asian-Americans performing sketch comedy that consigns audiences to rolling in the aisles. The journey...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFvVyqZ7j18 Director and playwright Stuart Bousel combined four stories by Peter S. Beagle to create the mesmerizing and memorable production, Giant Bones. Since 2003 the artistic director of No Nude Men Productions in San Francisco, Bousel has directed a range of classics, from Greek tragedies to Shakespeare to the legend of Dr....
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