If you are looking for a feel-good show, with great voices and stimulating dance, then Big Fish is for you.
A bittersweet story about family dynamics. A slew of wild fables about a witch, a human cannonball, and more. The two narrative modes are sides of a single coin in “Big Fish,” a musical about a son’s relationship with his charming, infuriating fabulist of a father. Whether you consider the coin a matter-of-fact dime or a doubloon from a dragon’s hoard, it has been a good investment for the Keegan Theatre.
Marie Byrd Sproul’s directing debut at The Keegan Theatre deals in some of life’s darker moments with clarity and authenticity. WHEN WE WERE YOUNG AND UNAFRAID will leave you with no shortage of things to talk about, from intriguing performances to topical themes.
From Sarah Treem, the woman who brought you the incredibly nuanced and stimulating play “The How and The Why” comes another incredibly stimulating and nuanced play, “When We Were Young and Unafraid.” Directed by Marie Byrd Sproul, this play takes women’s rights and looks at it from every corner, leaving no stone unturned.
Director Marie Byrd Sproul’s production at The Keegan Theatre unflinchingly confronts the issues, telling the story of victims who aren’t perfect, caretakers who have their own past, and abusers who didn’t spring from their mother’s womb as monsters.
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