“Other Desert Cities,” is notably a play with no curtain. Though what may seem only a matter of imagination soon becomes a coincidence in the powerful themes of a play that not only demands recognition but in a way, expects it.
The musical “Jekyll and Hyde,” put on by the Baldwinsville Theatre Guild at the First Presbyterian Church in Baldwinsville, is a powerful show featuring some excellent design work, direction and beautiful vocal talent.
“Sizwe Banzi is Dead” at Syracuse Stage, is a profound piece of theater, blending the sour notes of history with the exasperation of human desperation and the little joys in actualization through the incredible storytelling of Athol Fugard, John Kani, and Winston Ntshona.
“RFK” by Appleseed Productions is a powerhouse performance in its elegant simplicity.
Check out two songs from our original musical, “The Perfect Time to Kill You,” submitted to the New York City Fringe Festival.
I recently went to the Central New York Playhouse, located at Shoppingtown Mall, to see their newest staged production of the thought-provoking play called, “Clybourne Park”. This production has a cast of seven, each playing the characters portrayed in both acts, in two different time periods.