Tag: azuka theatre

  • Bruce Walsh at Azuka Theatre, part 2

    So you may have noticed that last week’s reading at Azuka Theatre left me less than entirely satisfied.  Without retreading old ground, I’ll simply quote David Lee Roth: “Videos are like girlfriends to me; I’m constantly surprised by the choices other people make.” So imagine my pleasant surprise to witness Bruce Walsh’s terrific reading on…

  • Bruce Walsh at Azuka Theatre

    Let me start this post chronologically backwards, since the more important part is that Azuka Theatre is doing a reading of Bruce Walsh’s new play, BERSERKER, at the Drake tomorrow (Superbowl Sunday) at noon with coffee and pastries beforehand.  A lot of you might not know Bruce, but he’s a local playwright who had a…

  • Setting fire to Azuka Theatre

    Happy Tuesday, everyone.  I spent last night at the Wilma Theater, experiencing a reading of the latest creation from Jacqui Goldfinger called The Arsonists, courtesy of Azuka Theatre.  As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, Azuka has produced two of Jacqui’s other plays (to wit, the terrible girls and Skin and Bone), and The Arsonists completes a sort of Southern Gothic…

  • Spelunking by moonlight

    So, last Wednesday I got a chance to see Moon Cave, by local playwright Douglas Williams.  I don’t know Doug very well, but I’ve met him a handful of times, he hangs with the cool kids over at Orbiter 3, and he seems like a fine, upstanding such-and-such.  This is his first, professionally-produced play, so beyond…