This design isn't as spikily abstract as Dr. Seuss . . . by the show at CTC is There is a passage in Hermann Hesse's Steppenwolf when the novel's protagonist reaches such a state of jaded cultivation that a musical passage by his hero Beethoven suddenly sounds trite and pat. It happens to all of ... More >>
The wartime propaganda of Dr. Seuss
A play that stays loyal to Seuss
Take a Sad Song and Make It Better: Karl Baker Olson in the Children's Theatre Company's Peter Pan.