There is a prejudice that the works of Jane Austen are best enjoyed by single women of a certain age who provide shelter to a surplus of cats. Read More
It is impossible to praise one cast member over another because they so often perform with one voice and transform into a choir belting out sacred music. Read More
Steve Martin and Martin Short are performing in Bangor on Saturday. But first, they need to know how to pronounce it.
The story behind comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short’s decadeslong friendship starts in 1985 on the set of their first movie together, “Three Amigos,” and involves a game of Scrabble and a lewd joke. Read More
The Penobscot Theatre Company will take its season-opening show, “Woody Guthrie’s American Song” on the road this month, in a series of special performances in keeping with the spirit of Guthrie, the wildly influential troubadour and folksinger. Read More
Opera House Arts’ production of the original work “Avalon” is a fun, imaginative, thought-provoking and magical play based on the Arthurian legends. That most likely is why its final shows this week are sold out. Read More
There’s a reason no one but Christie’s die-hard fans have ever heard of the book or the play. Read More
Director Catherine Weidner made improvements by focusing on the feminist plot and by punching as much humor as possible into what many critics consider to be one of Shakespeare’s weakest plays. Read More