Surely it's no coincidence that John Glore's frothy two-acter "On the Jump" opened Memorial Day weekend, the traditional beginning of summer. Theatrical expectations descend when the temperature…
Christopher Plummer has found himself an annuity in this 50-minute adaptation for narrator, orchestra and chorus of William Walton's glorious incidental music for Laurence Olivier's 1994 film of…
Co-producers, Anthony E. Zuker, Dustin Lee Abraham.
A romantic comedy from debuting helmer-writer Hilde Heir, "The Prompter" uses the metaphors of small, confined spaces and life as pale opera to define the inhibited world of its heroine, a music…
The first images in "Nadia and the Hippos" are, fittingly, of giant traffic jams in Paris caused by a transportation strike; in many ways, watching this Gallic pic is akin to being stuck in…
The Death of Papa," the final play in Horton Foote's nine-play "Orphans' Home Cycle," has been revised for this new Hartford Stage Co. production, the second following its premiere in 1997 at the…
Executive producer, Bolzli.