Elston’s fear and fascination with this creature was the inspiration for his play.
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 […]
Both the audience and the performers are thrilled in a way that doesn’t happen for a typical play.
It is Thomas’ words – so elegant in their simplicity – that makes this collection of stories so vivid, real, and heart-felt.
New Phoenix Theatre will celebrate its 25th anniversary season with four shows that represent its hallmark eclectic appeal. Founder Richard Lambert says,” After 25 years I feel lucky to still be doing […]
Long before Hamilton took the musical theatre stage by storm, there was “1776 The Musical.”Winner of the 1969 Tony Award for Best Musical, this retelling of how John Adams convinced our Founding […]
Michael Lodick left a legacy to Buffalo’s theatre community in many ways. Before he passed away last year, he added another regional premiere to the New Phoenix Theatre season. “Annapurna,” the dramedy […]
In Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Atticus Finch tells his young son, “Real courage is when you know you’re licked before you begin, but you begin anyway and see it […]
It takes grit to put America’s most revered work of literary art on stage, especially when another version is currently playing on Broadway. When Executive Artistic Director Loraine O’Donnell programmed “To Kill […]