The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a five time Tony Award winning play by Simon Stephens that is based on the novel by Mark Haddon. The play follows a very gifted teenage boy as he is met with life challenges that change his perceptions of the relationships in his life and his concepts of the world.BWW Review: 42ND STREET at Candlelight Dinner Playhouse May 3, 2017
Set in 1933, the musical 42nd Street follows a cast directed by Julian Marsh (David L. Wygant) rehearsing to open the show "Pretty Lady." We join the show as the cast is about to meet their star performer, Dorothy Brock (Heather McClain) whose star and financial powers have secured her the lead role despite her inability to dance. Through many different misunderstandings Ms. Brock is unable to perform and a new starlet, Peggy Sawyer (Lisa Kay Carter), is given a chance to shine.BWW Review: DISGRACED at Denver Center For The Performing Arts May 2, 2017
Disgraced is an introspective look into the lives of a married couple and how they identify individually with the Muslim religion and how that perception reflects into their lives.BWW Review: STAGE KISS at Equinox Theater April 4, 2017
Stage Kiss, by Sarah Ruhl, is a comedy that takes the play within a play concept and shows how two actors with a past are cast as leading man and woman in a lost 1930's play and how they too begin to mesh the lines between offstage and onstage.BWW Review: BONNIE & CLYDE at Town Hall Arts Center March 9, 2017
The Great Depression was a dark and confusing period in American history, with unemployment at record breaking highs, homelessness and food scarcities, much of the American population was struggling to make ends meet. However, shown the face of adversity, our country was given an opportunity to evolve and created new paths for success, two of those dreamers were the infamous Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, whose search for fame and fortune shook America to its core, brought them coveted fame and infamy, inspiring songs, movieseven a musical.