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Sandi Toksvig’s Silver Lining Is a Fun Show

Peony Productions director Pam McClure hastens to inform us, both in her director’s notes and in her preshow remarks, that the decision to produce this show was taken before the spate of natural catastrophes that have been experienced of late. During those life-threatening (and deadly) events, the phenomenon of forgotten elderly people has been also… Read More ›

Carol Torian’s The Traditionalists Provides Ample Food for Thought and Feeling

Produced as part of the Women’s Theatre Festival, Carol Torian’s one-act play The Traditionalists is definitely worth seeing. But beware; it is not a “feel-good” play. The script is powerful, shocking, and thought-provoking. The play’s subject is domestic abuse, and we are witnesses to one evening of it. The acting is phenomenal, and the pacing… Read More ›

An Extraordinary Show, The Traditionalists Stars Elaine Quagliata and Douglas Lally

The Traditionalists is a one-act play that was supposed to be one of two presented this past weekend and next, following the Women’s Theatre Festival’s 24-hour Occupy the Stage Event the previous weekend. A family emergency caused the postponement of Men Always Leave by Naima Yetunde Ince, which will be included in the Aug. 13th… Read More ›