From Dr. Seuss by way of London and Minneapolis comes a stage adaptation of ‘The Lorax’ which should suit Old Globe audiences without much fun about generations. The title role is played by an irresistible Japanese-style puppet.
For any production of Monty Python’s Spamalot to succeed, there needs to be well-delivered, non-stop hilarity coupled with cleverly executed musical sequences. Cygnet Theatre’s interpretation features these elements in spades, largely thanks to Artistic Director, Sean Murray.
“Burton’s Prospera demands that we view the character and her relationships in new light. She’s a commanding Supermom who makes promises and casts spells…”
Despite its reputation, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ does have its funny moments. That makes it a fairly likely send-up piece — but in its latest entry, the Roustabouts Theatre Co. has neglected the guy that made it possible.