25
Aug

Give Us Good

I’ve found myself talking with people about¬†Give Us Good, by great American playwright and resident genius Pam Mandigo. This was the play that Pam wrote when I asked her to write “a Victorian roadtrip bromance with puppets.” I feel like this play is … like if Pam took my soul and put it into a […]

14
Mar

Romeo and Juliet

In rehearsal the other night, Sean Kelley, who had been Romeo in my 2012¬†Romeo and Juliet at Pigeon Creek Shakespeare, pulled out his phone and started showing me pictures of my play that I had never seen before. Pigeon Creek remounted my production in 2014 to perform at The Rose, a reproduction Elizabethan theater at […]

Julius Caesar Review (MLive)

By James A. Kroll NEW YORK CITY – Last night (Aug. 13) I had the opportunity to see the Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company’s New York City Debut, a production of “Julius Caesar” performed with an all-female cast. It was staged at the Kraine Theatre in the East Village, once renowned as the home of the […]

Julius Caesar Audience Response (Jo Miller)

This is a note from Jo Miller, of the English Department at Grand Valley State University. Katherine asked her to record her thoughts on the production. Overall, I thought the production was characterized by crisp, clear, uncluttered storytelling. The production obviously took much care with language, was sensitive to the humor in the play, and […]