Results tagged with 'renaissance theaterworks'
Published Oct. 20, 2013
I have a lot of respect for Shakespeare. I kind of like Robert Frost, and Maya Angelou has written a few things I like. But Emily Dickinson? Forget it. No way. Birds, harps and flowers. Not for me. That is why I am so surprised how very much I liked "The Belle of Amherst," William Luce's one person play about Emily Dickinson.
Published Jan. 20, 2013
Under the gentle and patient guidance of director Jenny Wanasek, actors Jonathan Smoots and Christina Panfilio could have stood on stage and read the phone book and held us just as spellbound as they did opening night.
Published Jan. 17, 2013
The story of "Educating Rita" is one of those be-careful-what-you-wish-for stories that takes an audience on the journey of a personal search for a place in this world.
Published Oct. 22, 2012
An emotional journey that takes you from rollicking laughter through itching curiosity and finally to a firm tug on your heart is the bill of fare as the marvelous Renaissance Theaterworks opens its 20th season with "Enfrascada."
Published Oct. 12, 2012
If you are a fan of "Sex and the City," and who isn't, then you will undoubtedly love "Enfrascada," which opens Oct. 20 at Renaissance Theaterworks.
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