Behind the Curtain
Soo proud of my Director and Producer! They work around the clock and put in blood, sweat and tears. Read the feature article in Theatre Jones.
How Jeff Swearingen and Bren Rapp are taking a new approach to children's theater (Mamet, anyone?) with their Fun House Theatre and Film.
by Mark Lowry
published Thursday, May 9, 2013
For Fun House, Swearingen has adapted Dracula into Dracula—A Haunted Tale of Dating, and Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s beloved The Little Prince into the sweet Laughter in the Stars. Most ambitiously, in February Fun House presented a surprisingly good Hamlet with youth actors. Scoff not. It may not have been anyone’s definition of a definitive Hamlet, but for such a bear of a play, the young actors—Hamlet was played by 15-year-old Chris Rodenbaugh—did a more than admirable job with the language and character development.
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