Daddy Long Legs Slow in Revealing Identity at The Dio

By Daniel Skora It’s neither a stage version of the 1955 musical film with which it shares a title, nor a Kafka-esque drama about those spindly-legged creatures that take up residence high up in the corners of undusted rooms. “Daddy Long Legs”, the romantic musical currently being presented by The Dio does, however, share a … More Daddy Long Legs Slow in Revealing Identity at The Dio

Who-dun-it Turns Into a Where-is-it at Purple Rose

By Daniel Skora There’s been a serious depletion of capital in the bank account of master detective Sherlock Holmes. He hasn’t had a profitable case in months, the bills are coming due, and Dr. Watson, Holmes’s confidant and biographer, is pressing him to take on a client. But unbeknownst to Watson, the ennui that has … More Who-dun-it Turns Into a Where-is-it at Purple Rose

Plenty of Room for Hopes and Dreams in the “Doublewide” at Williamston

By Daniel Skora The Starkeys live in a doublewide, one of those prefab homes that gives those who dwell within several hundred additional square feet of living space even while providing a more discriminating way of making it known to friends and acquaintances that the place they call home is but a mere trailer. Doublewide … More Plenty of Room for Hopes and Dreams in the “Doublewide” at Williamston