Harry Groener is passionate about being analytical. To prepare for his role as the king in CST's The Madness of George III, he read seven books—including one focused on the king’s 15 children. Or was it 16?
1. Hopefully the hubbub surrounding the wonder that is The Madness of King George III has died down enough for Murder for Two--A Killer Musical to get some attention as well. It's Upstairs at the Shakespeare Theater, and opens tomorrow.
KELLY: “Black Watch,” the show by National Theatre of Scotland playing through April 10 at the Broadway Armory, tells the story of that legendary Scottish military unit as it goes through what turns out to be its final mission, during the Iraq War.
Native American legend, mythology, and biblical undertones are woven into Halcyon Theatre's epic "Trickster." The show, writen and directed by Halycon' artistic director Tony Adams, revolves loosely aroudn survival and features a large and diverse cast. Dueling Critics, Jonathan