Brian Balduzzi

I love the idea of unfinished stories. In theatre, we often walk out of a performance knowing that the characters’ stories carry on (with the exception of Hamlet, where I’m not sure if anything or anyone continues). Luckily for me, I had the pleasure of seeing SpeakEasy Stage Company’s production of Clybourne Park, 2012 Tony […]

  Brian Balduzzi

Imagination is a terrible thing to waste. For a company that actively strives to ‘re-imagine worlds, re-connect communities, and re-awaken artists through the power of theatrical performance’, Imaginary Beasts wastes nothing with their summer smash “Cruel Botany”. Director Matthew Woods impressively leads his company of actors through not one, but two plays in anything but […]