What could be more cathartic than turning off your cell phone for a few hours and soaking in the betrayals, adultery, and backstabbing of a fictional election before returning (reluctantly) to the real one?
The spin is contemporary, but the story is timeless.
Dark comedy is the phrase that best comes to mind with Samuel D. Hunter’s Boise, set to begin its run as part of Dramashop’s Mainstage series.
A local university theatre department once again brings Erie a slice of Scotland as sweet as a strawberry scone.
Next Fall paints a portrait of modern romance, asking hard questions about commitment, love, and faith.
Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika opens at Erie’s contemporary theater company.
This twist on the classic will have you laughing out loud.
An engaging performance that challenges the social categories we find ourselves limited by.
The Tale of the Allergist's Wife presents a refreshingly offbeat comedy from the Erie Dramashop.
Comedy, drama, politics, and plagiarism are major parts of Dramashop's new production.
HBO's newest series as viewed through the lens of the Serial Gamer
Your 2016 Election Day preview
Curious creatures at home and abroad
The dollars and sense of lakeshore wind power
A meeting of the minds to move Erie forward