Conversations, real or imagined, among a random assortment of individuals sort out into perceptive truths in a world premiere by Keith Bunin at the La Jolla Playhouse.
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Whatever you do to it, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ usually wins out. When you have a couple of actors like the Globe does this summer, they triumph
Rise and shine these days to the absurdities of the world illuminated at the Old Globe Theatre by Steve Martin’s adaptation of an early 20th Century German farce which causes dropped panties to make as much sense as anything right now.
It takes more than talking mice and princesses to make a tale. At the Globe, PigPen Theatre has tried to graft their folksy flavor into a children’s story about a heroic rodent named Despereaux but lost their way pretty soon. Confusion ensues.
In the midst of life comes word of impending death. Who can help and how, is Melissa Ross’s question with ‘The Luckiest.
The Globe has pulled ‘As You Like It’ ahead into the 18th Century with nary a hitch in a lovely outdoor production nicely staged by Jessica Stone and dressed by a gang of outdoor formalists.