Treacherously competitive baroque musicians battle it out in Itamar Moses’s farce Bach at Leipzig, which closes People’s Light and Theatre Company's season.
Woody Sez: The Life and Music of Woody Guthrie, currently playing at People’s Light & Theatre Company, is a tribute to the legacy of one of America’s folk music icons.
Dance plays a large part in the dramatization of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice currently playing at People’s Light & Theatre Company.
Miche Braden offers a dazzling performance as Bessie Smith, the singer known as “the Empress of the Blues.”
The Rainmaker, a compelling character study set on an Iowa farm during the Great Depression, lacks the psychological depth of Cather’s work, but it’s undeniably charming.
Michael Frayn's farce about the production of a farce succeeds even while violating a time-honored vaudeville maxim.
Bess Wohl's Barcelona provides juicy roles for two talented actors but little new insight into the cultural divide between Europeans and Americans
Horton Foote's plays may not soar to the literary heights of Tennessee Williams, but they do hold up a clear mirror to everyday Southern life. This charming production of The Trip to Bountiful captures Foote's larger theme: the need to embrace change.
A one-man show about Mark Twain isn't exactly an original idea, but with material like this, who cares?
August Wilson's long and rich character study about a group of friends and lovers in post-war Pittsburgh receives a superb revival at People's Light.