In its essence, theatre is storytelling. Storytelling the way we long for it as children, told from an expressive human’s lips in the room, where you can almost feel their heartbeat.
Lauren Gunderson’s The Revolutionists takes place during those best and worst of times: the French Revolution, which cast off the crown, and the Reign of Terror, which lopped off heads.
Pamela Ratti and her husband took that idea of agility to a whole new level with Galleria, their business-of-all-trades that runs the gambit of visual, culinary and musical arts, and constantly looks for ways to expand.
When a legendary American master comes to your hometown, your hometown turns out.
Every now and then there’s an opportunity to see a performer at the top of their game—the perfect role at the right time that showcases the fullness of their talents and skills—and it’s a joy beyond measure to be in the room with someone having the time of their life who in so doing gives you the time of your life.
Why go to the symphony? The answer isn’t obvious.