Category: Writers’ Theatre

Oh, Coward!

The second show of the season at Writers’ Theatre this season is a musical revue of Noel Coward material called “Oh, Coward!”. In the interest of full disclosure, I should tell you that I left at Intermission and didn’t come back. I didn’t actually…

Writers’ Theatre – Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead

Back for the new season at Writers’ Theatre and the first show was Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, which I really dig. This play was my second experience with the alternate point of view genre (Grendel was the first – both in AP English)….

Writers’ Theatre – The Minister’s Wife

I closed my vacation with the Writers’ Theatre’s last show of the season, The Minister’s Wife, which is a world premiere musical adaptation of George Bernard Shaw’s Candida. I’ll just let that one sink in for a minute. Writers’ Theatre has done more than…

Writers’ Theatre – The Maids

I just got back from seeing The Maids, the current production at Writers’ Theatre. I am sorry to say I was not impressed with this one. At first I thought the actors were over-acting, but really it was the story. Two maids, sisters, have…

Writers’ Theatre – The Picnic

After sending Manu to his new home and watching the Bears lose that terrible, terrible game, I went to Writers’ Theatre to see their first show of the season: The Picnic, by William Inge. The first thing one always notices at The Writer’s Theatre…