Liars and Believers have been creating, conceptualizing, and rehearsing this show for eighteen months—and the seasoning has paid off.
Icarus proffers plenty of spectacle and talent, but the show only recycles a story we’ve seen countless times on stage and screen.
Any month that includes an attempt to get kids into the poetry of Shakespeare, inspirational women, and talking chickens looks fairly promising. By Bill Marx 1: Shakespeare and the Language that Shaped a World by Kevin G. Coleman. Directed by Jenna Ware. Presented by Shakespeare and Company at the Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre, Lenox, MA, […]