The Trojan War (2013)

Let me begin this postmortem by saying that I am incredibly proud of our final production of 2013: The Trojan War.  The idea of creating a comprehensive account of this mythic conflict has been with me for years, ever since I read Homer’s Iliad in high school and realized that the Trojan Horse, the most … Continue reading

Love’s Labour’s Lost

Well, I’m not sure what I was expecting from the title, but this play is really sad… Really, lovely, but really also sad.  Technically speaking, it’s not even a comedy, since comedies are expected to end in a wedding.  But it certainly isn’t a tragedy, either.  There is a category of “Problem Plays” that scholars … Continue reading