With references to classic myths and familiar everyday relationships,, Jasper in Deadland dives headlong into contemporary musical theatre.
Contemporary script, great cast, and meaningful theatre come together at Sanguine Theatre in New York City.
Solid circus performances, costumes and special effects meet a swirling Tempest-like story line where both Romeo and a Moon Goddess show up.
Wilde’s first play turned out to be a largely unsuccessful venture, finding its way to New York for its premiere only to close just one week later. This production explores some creative choices that make us wonder why.
We welcome Milo Jordan, our New York critic as he reviews a difficult play, that proves to be “A satisfying exploration of the state of depression and suicide” Playing until Jan. 26.