On April 18, I went to see a marathon performance of Kapow-i GoGo at the PIT (Peoples Improv Theater), and if you saw my Twitter feed that night, you would know that my life was changed forever:
Ivy Theatre Company’s The Perfect Wife ends its run this weekend. Before the cast took their final bows, they opened up about bringing The Perfect Wife and its complex characters to life on stage as well as why theatre benefits from a more diverse variety of creative talents.
Ivy Theatre Company’s The Perfect Wife, written by Emmy-winner Karen L. Lewis and directed by Audrey Alford (Donkey Punch), opened May 1 and will run through May 16. Performances will be at the 4th Street Theatre, located at 83 East 4th Street. Tickets are $18 and available at the door or online here.
Six Rounds of Vengeance, the newest show from the Vampire Cowboys now playing at the New Ohio Theatre, was one of my most anticipated shows this spring. I have been a fan of the Vampire Cowboys since seeing Alice in Slasherland back in 2010. They combine two things I love, theater and geek culture, and…