The acclaimed trilogy by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks is one of the most celebrated American plays of the past decade.
This week we spotlight 12 performances, ranging from Shakespeare, puppets and Spanish-language, to Puccini, musicals and LGBTQIA themes. Read on!
“I’m basically wanting to use Neverland as my own personal Peter Pan,” says Billy Harrigan Tighe, the Atlanta native who plays the famous scribe.
Playwright Paul Rudnick’s 1998 comedy follows the first couple, Adam and Steve, along with lesbian buddies Jane and Mabel, from the Garden of Eden to modern-day Manhattan.
Last call for “Bridges of Madison County” (Aurora), “Georgia McBride” (Actor’s Express), “Grease” (Serenbe), “Magic Negro” (Alliance).