The invitations went out a few weeks ago amid much excitement. Guests were invited to a “royal dinner feast” and advised to “come dressed for the castle: formal, festive, and fun.” As the news spread, there was a buzz in the air...Read More
“May is the new December,” a teacher friend recently said to me. For parents, teachers, coaches, and anyone else who works with kids, May could be the craziest month of the year...Read More
Thirty-eight plays, 154 sonnets, a couple of long-form narrative poems, and a few odds and ends. William Shakespeare was not only prolific, but his work has stood the test of time. Even if you aren't a fan...Read More
The devotion of a young maid, the courage of her groom-to-be, the birth of the precious little One, in a manger of all places. It’s a story that’s both well worn and brand new with every telling...Read More
My husband and I have both been drawn to theater for years. I took some theater history classes in college, and he performed in a handful of community productions. We met when a big group of friends went to a play and then dinner afterward. When we married two years later, we merged our lives, our households, and our season tickets to the theater.
Here are a few reasons why I love theater and you might too:Read More
When we stepped into the theater that evening, we stepped into an adventure.Read More