Tag: The Pillowman
After seeing The Pillowman, the latest offering from William Peace University’s Dramatic Irony drama club, we felt sick and wanted to throw up … but in a good way! No, wait! Give us a chance to explain! How else do you describe the feelings evoked by a thoroughly provocative play that centers on an author… Read More ›
Theatre in the Park’s “The Pillowman” wastes no time diving into its incredibly tense first act. Viewers are introduced to Katurian (Ira David Wood IV), a largely unsuccessful writer of dark short stories, most of which feature brutal child killings. He finds himself being interrogated by two violent cops, the unstable but strangely kindhearted… Read More ›
Opening the season with a bang, in September, is the Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning musical Next to Normal. With a thrilling contemporary score by Tom Kitt and book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey, Next to Normal is an emotional powerhouse of a musical about a family trying to take care of themselves and each other.