Monthly Archives: November 2018
A Cocoa Cabaret, Austen for the Holidays, and Broadway Dickens.
“It was the most horrible experience because the actors . . .”
In any production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the show-stopping scenes are typically the Lovers’ Quarrel in Act III, scene 2 and the performance of Pyramus and Thisbe by the Mechanicals at the end of the play. In the current iteration of Midsummer at the Selma Arts Center, the Mechanical’s endearing and collaborative performance […]
Newsletter Links and ‘God Sees Dog,’ a student production that may be under your radar. (It was under mine!)
My November What’s My Call Time Newsletter listing this month’s shows in the area went out this morning at 5:30 a.m. (Here it is, if you missed it!) After about 12 hours, I like to look at the report to collect some data. The data can often tell an interesting story, if you know how […]