Every time I see a show produced by the Galumph Interactive Theater, I get a new name: This time out, the company dubbed me Frank Connally, and declared that I was a Scottish vicar. This required me to badly impersonate Sean Connery for the evening, even as I engaged in such unlikely behavior as flinging parsnips at a wooden pig, delivering stern lectures about the dangers of intemperance, and do-si-doing to old-time fiddle music. For the most part, the interactive theater movement seems to have deteriorated... More >>>
By Charissa Uemura
Feels like old times: The string band Pigs Eye Landing and players from 'The Parsnip County Shindig'