“There’s a great gap between a gallous story and a dirty deed.” So says the sharp-tongued Pegeen Mike in J.M. Synge’s The Playboy of the Western World.
There’s also a great gap between Syn
From the beginning of Foxfinder,
it’s clear we’ve entered an off-kilter world. Even the set is askew: The
stage slopes in different directions, and a door frame slants sharply
to one side. T
When home is a destination in your mind as much as a
physical space, it’s an arduous journey to overcome the obstacles that
hinder your arrival. After fighting the Trojan War for 10 years, it to
Ten Chimneys premiered in 2011. But with its old-fashioned form and frothy narrative, it might as well have been produced in the 1930s.
That’s not entirely a
bad thing. Jeffrey Hatcher’s comed
In 2001, Oregon City teenagers Miranda Gaddis and Ashley
Pond disappeared, and local playwright Susan Mach found herself
confronted with billboards of the girls’ faces. Both intrigued and