In The Master Builder, Henrik Ibsen uses Halvard Solness, his ambition and insecurities, to reveal how man can contribute to his own failings, even if he is seemingly successful. By insisting that "I am what I am, and I cannot change my nature", Solness attempts to manipulate everyone around him to ensure that he remains "the master", not only in the course of his business, but also in his personal relationships. He fears a young generation that will challenge his position as "Master Builder". That representative of the younger generation appears in a form that he least expects.
The third in Jack Neary’s “Misdirected Theatre” series of plays for audiences young and old alike. A sparkling combination of comedy, suspense and magic brings the classic story to life. A treat for families...and actors!
Peter Pan Jr. whisks you away to a place where dreams are born, and no one ever grows up! In the adventure of a lifetime Peter Pan and his friends come face to face with a ticking crocodile, a fierce Indian tribe, a band of bungling pirates, and of course the villainous Captain Hook. A fun summer adventure!
An aging painter who is losing her sight and a feisty woman who has lost her husband and some of her grip on reality form an unlikely bond in the Mount Airy Nursing Home. Surrounded by an eclectic group of residents and workers — and out of a shared need for independence — the two hatch a plot to escape to Paris aboard the QE2. Can they pull it off?