Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Five small-cast plays to consider

Terry Teachout in the WSJ offers five suggestions for relatively low-budget productions. He's talking Broadway, but seeing some more David Ives around here would be nice, and Bobo's been waiting for years for a good presentation of the last part of Shaw's *Man and Superman* (which, I think, is basically what "Don Juan in Hell" is). And of course Gonzaga's Brian Russo directed three of his undergraduate actors in the Kenneth Lonergan play last year at Empyrean. Bobo saw *Relatively Speaking,* an early Ayckbourn, at the Edinburgh Festival in 1979 and it was about the funniest thing he's ever seen.

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