New Ideas 2013 – Week One review

Review of Week One. Four more chances (tonight, Sat matinee & evening, Sunday matinee) to catch this lineup, and only ONE chance to see “Falling” – Saturday at noon. An entirely different lineup launches next Wed, March 13.  See details at http://www.alumnaetheatre.com/ideas2013-2.html

life with more cowbell

Alumnae Theatre’s New Ideas Festival (NIF) turned 25 last night as it kicked off its opening night of three weeks of new, short plays in progress with its Week One program.

NIF Week One includes a remount of Shirley Barrie’s Revelation, directed by its original director and NIF co-founder Molly Thom – part of the 25th anniversary celebrations. Husband and wife John (Steven Burley) and Mary (Patricia Hawk) awaken side by side in the hereafter and become reacquainted as they await their final judgement. Charming, imaginative and funny – and featuring sound design by the late Martin Wolfman, a great friend to the theatre and Alumnae in particular – Revelation is as more about the post big freeze personal accounting of lives lived than it is about the Big Guy’s take on things.

Still Waters (Suzanne Gauthier, directed by Stacy Halloran) is also a sweet, fun husband/wife two-hander…

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