Are masculine or feminine characteristics determined by biology, culture, or environment? And what or who defines masculine versus feminine traits? Continue reading
Pinnacle’s “The Lion in Winter” is a well-oiled machine full of good acting, good comedy, and an endearing zeal. It deserves a large and diverse audience. It is impossible to say what the historical Henry and Eleanor would think of their portrayal, but it’s obvious that “The Lion in Winter” is an enduring classic that can still present fresh material for a group of actors. Continue reading
Presenting a musical like Gypsy is no mean feat. Its subject matter is difficult (a mother who drives her two children to stardom, eventually driving one away from her and another into a career as a burlesque stripper). It’s been through four Broadway revivals. It’s been made into a film twice. It’s starred stage greats like Bernadette Peters, Patti LuPone, and Ethel Merman. It’s been touted as musical theatre’s answer to Shakespeare’s King Lear.
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Matthew Ivan Bennett and directed by Cheryl Ann Cluff, is presented by Plan-B Theatre Company and performs February 24 through March 6 at the Rose Wagner Center for the Performing Arts. Continue reading