Head & heart, & two sisters in love in the delightful, youthful Sense & Sensibility

Photo by Dave Fitzpatrick: Conor Ling, Jackie Mahoney & Tamara Freeman Amicus Productions takes us to the early 1800s England of Jane Austen with Jessica Swale’s adaptation of Austen’s Sense and Sensibility, directed by Maureen Lukie, assisted by Ted Powers, and currently running in the Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills. Mrs. Dashwood (Peta Bailey) andContinue reading “Head & heart, & two sisters in love in the delightful, youthful Sense & Sensibility”

More on Alumnae Theatre’s Write Now readings

Hey all – Here are some more details on Alumnae Theatre’s annual Write Now event, the readings presented this past Sunday in the Alumnae Theatre studio. The following is from Alumnae’s blog, posted by company blogger Tina McCulloch: http://alumnaetheatre.wordpress.com/2011/10/25/write-now-2011-adaptable-austen/  Thanks, Tina – especially for tracking down the actors’ names (the program only included titles and playwrights).

All My Sons, ROM, zombies & Jane Austen

No, this is not some wacky new mash-up – though an Arthur Miller/zombie mash-up might be fun. Hmm… Anyway, my weekend artsy adventures started on Friday night at Fairview Library Theatre for Amicus Productions’ All My Sons. As I mentioned in my last post, this was a special treat as my pal Victoria Shepherd’s daughterContinue reading “All My Sons, ROM, zombies & Jane Austen”