- Archikulture Digest
- September 25, 2021
A meditation on death, English literature and cancer.
The War of the Roses spills out across this stage with gags and battles galore.
Nonstop action from sword fights to ring kissing gives us an action packed evening a rollicking fun!
A one woman show relating the fascinating history of Dr Ruth Westheimer, America’s favorite sex advisor.
The Little Woman have all grown up and now deal with grown-up issues like marriage and spinsterhood, and how wonderful owning a Proper English Estate might be.
The “Play That Must Not Be Mentioned ” appears in all its mystery and ambiguity.
Just because you’re king doesn’t mean everything you do and say is wise.
Before Hamlet had his run in with a bad fencing experience, there was some high level hanky panky. Here are the juicy details…
A young prince returns from college to discover both he and his widowed mother are screwed.
After 15 years of separation, Nora returns to her husband to beg for the legal divorces that will allow her to survive.
Ebenezer gets the capitalism scared out of him in this holiday classic.
Two men play 8 characters, and a staff of stage hand ghosts build a campy comedy of British faded nobility banished to the moorlands for the crimes of poverty and aristocracy.
The residents of impoverished Washington heights live, love, and struggle to get ahead in the middle of a blistering summer.