Elston’s fear and fascination with this creature was the inspiration for his play.
March feels like such a long time ago, especially for our theatre community. That’s when we last set foot in a local theatre. When it was clear that live theatre wasn’t coming […]
Sometimes, the only exposure one has to a work of theatre is from a community theatre group’s best attempts at pulling it off. Big musicals usually get the short end of the […]
A World Premiere by an award winning playwright has settled in for a run at The Irish Classical Theatre Company. “The Onion Game,” which is billed as a hilarious black comedy, was […]
The work of William Shakespeare is elastic and enduring, crossing the boundaries of culture, language, ritual and time. Popular Shakespeare plays such as “Romeo and Juliet”, “Macbeth”, and the “Merchant of Venice” […]
– it will be one of the best shows you will see all season.
In 1906, Warsaw was a city in revolution. The Imperial Russian Army was terrorizing workers. The city was in recession, a harbinger of things to come. Despite this grim reality, its Jewish […]
Shea’s Buffalo Theatre is going back to its roots as a movie house with the M&T Bank 2020-21 Broadway Series. Six of the seven mainstage offerings either began their lives on the […]
People are quirky. Relationships are complicated. Life isn’t all sunshine and unicorns. Onions can either be really sweet and deeply flavorful if they are sautéed low and slow or sharp and bitter […]
I’m putting this right up front: “Sylvia” on stage at Niagara University’s William P. and Marie Leary Theatre in the Elizabeth Ann Clune Center for Theatre is a completely student run production. […]