A magician never reveals his secrets. But what happens when he goes on a personal crusade to expose the deception of others?
The path to self-realization is riddled with obstacles.
Expect the unexpected. That rule works on two levels in this odd and poignant new comedy.
Writer Thomas Flynn, at the time a reporter for CBS news, was close to the action on September 11, 2001.
Have you seen those creepy ads in the subway about donating your eyes when you die?
What would it be like if you could give birth one night and get back to your everyday life the next day, looking and feeling as good as new?
This all-female ensemble devises fresh perspectives of classic Shakespearean plays, proposes an alternative interpretation to the “taming” of the shrewish Kate, by her suitor, Petruchio.
Marriage—and its dissolution—not only changes the relationship between the spouses involved, but also affects their friendships with the people closest to them.
The mother-daughter dynamic is a device often used to maximum drama, so it is refreshing to see a personal take on it that is heartfelt yet lighthearted.
In the mid-nineteenth century, several thousand poor women were transported by ship from Ireland to procreate with the men in the British penal colonies of Australia.