Perhaps it is Harris’s adept characterization of economic pains and societal pressures which sets light romantic comedy in pleasant relief.
THE INVISIBLE HAND (Theatre Exile): A gripping, thinking person’s play about the wages of self-interest
To call THE INVISIBLE HAND dramatic would be an understatement.
A funny, touching, and uplifting 70-minute solo show considers the vital importance of books, libraries, and a supportive community on human happiness and development.
Not many plays have this kind of unmistakable resonance. When you encounter such a play, you know it. With works of consequence you can feel the pull of intelligence and transformation moving under the surface.
Two original one-hour plays inspired by the life and popular children’s book of Scottish author J.M. Barrie
The Lantern Theater Company’s remount of THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS by C.S. Lewis is a sizzling show from hell. Kathryn Osenlund’s 60-second review