Tom Hannon talks about the Phoenix Theater Group with Annie Gabriel, including the history of the organization as well as its community contributions. Tom expresses how the organization helps recovering addicts through art, production and contribution.
Polly Hoganson interviews Karyl Lynn Burns, Founder and Producer of the Rubicon Theatre. Karyl discusses the history of the Rubicon name as well as the classes, theater camps, production camps and drama camps that they provide, as well as their
Leslie Nichols, Primary Producer at the Santa Paula Theater Center, talks about community theater with Frank James Malle. Leslie discusses some of the history of the theater center, as well as their Main Stage and Backstage Productions. Leslie also talks
Cab driver, Phillie Sagan (performed by Steve Grumette), navigates his passenger through Chicago traffic as well as the bittersweet memories of decades past.
A Southern couple row out onto a large lake to distribute the ashes of the wife’s deceased mother. With night closing in, the truth comes out about a cremated mother on her way to rest in peace.
A humorous play comprising a retired couple, residing in a remote desert trailer, featuring their earthy repartee regarding an ever-delayed Christmas celebration for a guest-of-honor son who never seems to arrive.
Families can be complex, including among the apparently amiable affiliations of father and sons enjoying the great outdoors on an hunting trip. But when the expedition results in an unfortunate turn of events, the familial perspectives, past experiences and issues