Quirky Doesn’t Begin to Cover It
Ross Ward’s Tinkertown is really, truly art
A dazzled Joshua Lee explains why the Tinkertown Museum is “more than just a pit stop on the Turquoise Trail.”
Dance beneath the stars with some patron saints, scope an experimental comedic duo, and take Mom out for some Japanese Art Deco and big-band tunes.
Just Say No to Prohibition
Johann Hari challenges a devastating 100-year experiment
We’ve lost the War on Drugs. So what’s next?
Confess and Conspire
Count Harry Kessler and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer are kidnapped by two sisters who, rather than uncovering a plot to kill Hitler, provoke confessions of sexual identity, desire and murder.
The troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments like matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters and hubcaps to fill the stage with magnificent rhythms.
Bonnie and Clyde: A New Musical
An exciting and mischievous new experience on the classice rebel love story.