While Odysseus went off to war, abandoning his family and kingdom for 20 years, it is his wife Penelope who strategically saves Ithaca. But there is a cost. Penelope now sets the record straight by recounting the story we know, with other disturbing facts that have never been discussed in Margaret Atwood's, THE PENELOPIAD.
Housekeeper Mrs. Dilber dreams of one simple thing...a set of fabulous, luxurious bed curtains until Ebenezer Scrooge’s ghosts unwittingly show her just how far the distance is between the haves and have nots. And then it's game on.
If you like old-school creature features, this will be right up your alley! (Cue ghostly theremin sound effect!)
The art of love... has not been forgotten in David Ives’ period-ish comedy about people who are nuts about poetry. Ives’ play, THE METROMANIANCS, written in rhyming couplets, is a delightfully uproarious romp into the high style of comic poetic verse.