The following announcement/cri de coeur comes from Hubris Productions, which, since 2006, has been staging small-cast, mainstream dramas, a surprising number of which—Torch Song Trilogy, Steel Magnolias, Agnes of God, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Bent—date from the Reagan years. (I'm proud to note that in going over our 11 reviews of Hubris shows, I haven't found one instance of a Reader critic making sarcastic reference to the company's name.
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The Good Wife‘s streak of having prominent actors play guest judges on the show continues. This time the CBS drama has tapped Harvey Fierstein for an appearance. The gravel-voiced actor best known for Torch Song Trilogy, Fierstein i... Read Post