The company’s silver anniversary lineup features 3 musicals, a farce and more funny stuff from Atlanta playwright Topher Payne.
Puccini’s magical, maddening opera asks us, in a single duet, to cheer for a murderer and her heedless lover.
Canadian actor Dan Chameroy revels in the edgy darkness and offbeat humor of Matilda’s horrible headmistress.
Improv artist/actor Mark Kendall shines a light on the ‘Magic Negro’ stereotype. He’s going for laughs, of course, and something more.
From Midtown to intown and beyond, we offer 6 shows not to miss. And, opening this week: “Pais de Bicicleta” (Aurora) & “Pete the Cat” (Center for Puppetry Arts). Plus. Much. More.