Playwright Erik Jendresen has taken an odd and true story, added a layer of metaphysics and crafted an intriguing play, well directed and acted.
Opened Sept. 22, 1993; reviewed Oct. 1; runs through Oct. 31.
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It's the clash of British social classes that provides George Bernard Shaw's 1910 comedy with its title. But for the period costumes in this precise, stylish and funny production, the play could take…
Politics, some say, flatten the verve of entertainment, but not in Midnight Oil's case. Playing in support of its new Columbia album "Earth and Sun and Moon ," the Australian band kept concertgoers…