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Andrea Harris

Madison Theatre Guild's production of Brighton Beach Memoirs tells the story of Eugene and his Jewish American family in the Depression years. Eugene lives in Brooklyn with his mother, father and brother Stanley, as well as his widowed aunt Blanche and two cousins, Nora and Laurie. more

Oct 17, 2008 2:00 PM Stage

American Players Theatre's "Henry IV: The Making of a King" compiles William Shakespeare's two plays about King Henry IV's struggle to wield authority over the rebellious factions of his kingdom and his own rogue son, Hal. Much to Henry's woe, the young heir to the throne prefers carousing to matters of state, hanging out at the local tavern with Sir John Falstaff, the surrogate father figure to the pack of ruffians with whom Hal consorts. more

Jul 4, 2008 2:00 PM Stage

Encore Studio's mission statement promises to "communicate, through the performing arts, a challenging and authentic message about disability and culture." In Lost Track, which addresses bipolar disorder, the company lives up to this claim in every d more

May 16, 2008 2:00 PM Stage

Encore Studio's mission statement promises to "communicate, through the performing arts, a challenging and authentic message about disability and culture." In "Lost Track", which addresses bipolar disorder, the company lives up to this claim in every more

May 6, 2008 4:08 PM Stage

Esperanza Rising, presented by Children's Theater of Madison, is the story of a privileged Mexican girl who lives on her family's ranch. When bandits kill her father, she and her mother are left destitute. Next, fire destroys their house, and Esperanza's mother is forced to send her daughter with their former servants to a migrant labor camp in California. Through these experiences, Esperanza learns, as director Roseann Sheridan puts it, how to live up to the meaning of her name - "hope." more

Apr 11, 2008 2:00 PM Stage