Are you a saintly or a sassy Santa? The LGBT community has
always been one to embrace the classic sights and sounds of the season as well
as nontraditional holiday fun, including scandalous Christmas parties and
ends its season with a thought-provoking look at class differences, “the price”
of status and the sacrifices made in trying to balance work and family in Living
Out. Lisa Loomer’s play centering on a nanny
Theatre continues its season with the world premiere of Howard Goldstein's
touching drama A Time To Live. Christopher Elst carries
tremendous emotional strength in the story as a man whose wife has only months
Quasimondo's Robot Cabaret is a fun,
little hit-or-miss variety show with a sci-fi robot theme to it. Featuring
comedy, drama, dance and musical theater, aspects of the show aspire to more
than the sum of their parts
Boulevard Theatre’s Stations of the Cross is a savvy comedy that combines the comic appeal of waiting tables with the comedy of Catholicism. Written by Beth Monhollen, the show has debuted to a very successful run with the Boulevard, behaving exactly the way savvy, appealing comedies do: it’s sold out of numerous performances. Knowing a good thing when they see it, the Boulevard has once again...
There’s something subtly surreal about the set. In a storefront space on south Kinnikinnick Avenue there are the usual restaurant-style tables, chairs and carts that would normally be found in any of the eateries in the surrounding commercial neighborhood. It’s a bit weird seeing that in a space not unlike a storefront restaurant that had been turned into a theatre years ago complete wit...