Myth, Propaganda and Disaster in Nazi Germany and Contemporary America is a long play with a long title and, at times, hard work for the audience who are rewarded for their attention.
Stephen Sondheim’s name has been synonymous with interesting music and entrancing lyrics that move the story along since his name hit the lights in the late fifties.
The restaurant reflects their lives – bleak and ordinary – and the waiter whose attention they are desperate to catch is symbolic of them reaching out in their desperation to find something meaningful in their lives – someone who will share it with them
The summer weather in Geneva was rotten in 1816 and five house-bound friends, three of whom were Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley and his 19 year-old wife Mary, told ghost stories to each other until it stopped raining.
One of the most popular children’s stories ever adapts surprisingly well to the stage, and this large cast has a rollicking good time telling it.
The story is a rich examination of a turbulent period of British Society from the 1880’s to the present day.