Tag Archives: Red One Theatre Collective

INDIE ACTORS SUPPORTING PLAYWRIGHTS

1000 Monkeys Play Writing Festival about to begin! Playwrights, prepare to assemble. This coming Friday, July 31, at 6:00 pm, registered playwrights will gather at the Red Sandcastle Theatre for a 24 hour literary marathon, creating a whole galaxy of … Continue reading

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FUN AND GAMES

(Publicity photos provided) In the early 1960s Edward Albee’s play, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, appeared like a firestorm, shocking audiences with its portrayal of marriage as hell on earth — this at a time when television programs such as … Continue reading

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A SPECTACLE OF INDECENCY

Right now, the Storefront Theatre is on a winning streak.  Earlier, Kat Sandler’s comedy, Retreat, was a smash hit. This week, Caryl Churchill’s haunted play, The Striker, is selling out every night, and on November 13, the curtain goes up … Continue reading

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TESTOSTERONIC FIRESTORM

Kat Sandler‘s plays are so full of comedic energy, I imagine her composing them, holding a gun in one hand and a rolling pin in the other, while shouting at some cowering wretch, whose job it is to transcribe the … Continue reading

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SHAKESPEARE’S STAR WARS

This week, I dropped by the Storefront Theatre to see a one-night event, a staged reading of Ian Doescher’s play William Shakespeare’s STAR WARS: The Empire Striketh Back. At the Storefront, watching this play read is to participate in a … Continue reading

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AN OFFICE WITH NO EXIT

Only a few years ago, one worked in an office and then went home, to one’s own life and privacy. But no more. Today, corporate life has ways of controlling employee behavior at all hours, routinely monitoring your Facebook postings. … Continue reading

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The Best Show In Town

THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN I absolute swear to you, this production of SHREW by William Shakespeare is, bar none, the best show in town. Director Tyrone Savage places the Bard’s The Taming of the Shrew in the Klondike, giving … Continue reading

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