Tag Archives: Alfred Uhry
Slow Burn Holds Courageous, Dark And Difficult Parade
Even if Slow Burn’s moving production of the dark and dangerous musical Parade wasn’t the success that it indeed is, the troupe would deserve honor for the fearlessness in choosing a pre-ordained tragedy about anti-Semitism that mixes soaring melodies with discomforting dissonance. But this company has again delivered an enviable piece of theater that challenges the audience as well as its artists.
The Last Night Of Ballyhoo Examines Prejudice Among Those Discriminated Against
A solid cast molded by director Hugh M. Murphy adds Alfred Uhry’s The Last Night of Ballyhoo to the quietly growing list of solid productions that Broward Stage Door has been accumulating in recent years.
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