Dating on a dime joel steingold
With a stripped down stage, the acting is what matters here.
Christopher Hoyt’s stage design is deceptively simple, a playground for actors who so clearly deserve a packed house.
This is a truly terrific production of the modern Shera Cohen (The Majestic, West Springfield, MA - 2/15/15) It’s always a thrill for the theatre goer to participate in a world premier, which is the case with “Iris,” penned by Majestic’s Artistic Director Danny Eaton. The characters are every-day folk, primarily representing a family; one member, ever-present center-stage, lays in a coma.She is the Big Sister and to that end, we love her for her imperfections, for her true desire to be a source of comfort.The two women lead this production with great care about this family and who they were and who they will become.Recently deceased after struggling with mental illness for several years, Robert was cared for by Catherine alone.he shares his love of math, but fears deeply she may also share the same mental illness as her father.
In addition to “Looking” the choreography delights throughout, with the bathtub based “Delishious” yielding a bubbly surprise.