Garson Kanin's BORN YESTERDAY premiered on Broadway in 1946, and seventy years later it still entertains and gently enlightens. Regardless of the time period, the play is far more relevant than you'd think. Directed by Jonathan Moscone, the play is about wealth, political corruption, education and opportunity. As we drag along into the current presidential election, there is plenty to say on these topics, and evidently Kanin felt the same way back in the forties.BWW Review: Bedlam's SAINT JOAN Is Candid And Fresh At Stark Naked Theatre June 5, 2016
High over the rooftops of London, a regal and tidy figure drifts through the fog on a mission to help a family in flux. Her signature umbrella carries her to the Banks' home to set things right, and with a little practicality and a lot of magic she has the power to change the ordinary into the extraordinary.