It is the pervasive sense of irrational frenzy that is the most impressive element of this Macbeth.
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American Century Theater has put on a very a successful production.
American Century Theater has released their planned 2012-2013 season.
In its favor, American Century Theater’s revival of Marathon ’33 is blessed with a good band, good singers and a few minutes of snappy tap dancing.
ACT’s Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You is an awkwardly funny hour of theatre.
On the Waterfront is a play well worth catching at TACT. The eternal story of conscience, loyalty and martyrdom still resonates in our contemporary times of moral ambivalence.
The current American Century Theater production of The Country Girl scrupulously documents the curiosities of stage life.
American Century Theater has released their planned 2011-2012 season.
Visit to a Small Planet holds up very well today — as the current American Century Theater production demonstrates.
Director, William Aitken, brings us Paddy Chayefsky’s play with a sense of the realism it was meant to be. True to the time and place and complete with all the nuance, flavor and subtext to give the audience a full appreciation for the time period and the story being told.