Listen to David Ford's complete interview with Carl Forsman.
Street Scene by Elmer Rice won the 20th century playwright a Pulitzer Prize for drama. Its authentic portrayal of daily life as experienced by the colorful residents of a gritty New York neighborhood in 1928 endures to this day, and it’s coming to the Triad compliments of the UNC School of the Arts. Street Scene opens Wednesday night, November 6th at 7:30 PM at Catawba Theatre, Performance Place on the UNCSA campus. The play is co-directed by UNCSA faculty Matt Bulluck, and Dean of Drama Carl Forsman who spoke with David Ford about it.
Listen as the cast of Spamalot performs a hilarious scene.
Twin City Stage presents Monty Python’s Spamalot with music by John Du Prez and books and lyrics by Eric Idle. The zany musical mixes Monty Python mania with the King Arthur legend and the best of Broadway and it opens Friday night, November 8th at the Arts Council Theatre. It’ll run through the 24th with evening performances at 8 PM and Sunday matinees at 2 PM. Tickets are $22 bucks with discounts for seniors and students. Twin City Stage director Gene Johnson reminds us what made the Pythons so great.