One of the most beloved shows of all time gets a rousing production at the Berkeley Playhouse.
One company’s attempt at a bare-bones (but big-budgeted) take on Sondheim’s classic makes one wonder if they know what show they’re staging.
Originally posted on San Francisco Theater Pub:
Charles Lewis III, with thoughts on writing and voice. August Wilson writingCAPTION: via The Goodman Theatre “I have to confess that I’m not a big movie person; I don’t go to a lot of films and I don’t know very much…
Talented performers rely on their voices when the stage that hinders their movements.