Tagged with sundown collaborative theatre

Rambo or Gekko? Shakespeare Dallas Does “Macbeth”

Does Macbeth project as Rambo or Gordon Gekko? This is not a trick question. In Shakespeare’s tragedy “Macbeth”, an injured sergeant describes the title character’s conduct on the field of battle early in the play: ”For brave Macbeth, … Disdaining fortune, with his brandisht steel, Which smoked with bloody execution, Like valour’s minion, Carved out … Continue reading

Stop Kiss Stops Short @ Sundown Collaborative

Some stage productions get directed, others just blocked. In the case of Diana Son’s 1998 comic drama Stop Kiss, now playing at Art Six in Denton, a project of Sundown Collaborative Theatre, it’s the latter. Produced Off-Broadway in 1998 at New York City’s The Public Theater to critical acclaim, the play weaves themes of coming … Continue reading

Sundown in Luv

(il)logical, “a play on love” ran at the Green Space Arts Collective in Denton TX through August 29, 2010.  Marjorie Hayes’ guest review of Sundown Collaborative Theatre‘s production follows. The ambition of Sundown Collaborative Theatre’s latest offering displays the primal urge to create that rests in us all.  Where does that come from?  Love.  To … Continue reading