Founded by actor-director Michael Colucci in 1994 as the Actors Workshop Theatre, the company produced sporadically and itinerantly until moving into its current space on Bryn Mawr Avenue in 2003, where it produced full seasons of 20th-century standards by the likes of Arthur Miller and Edward Albee. In 2008, the company rebranded as the more distinctive Redtwist Theatre, and it's added edgier writers such as Martin McDonagh and Tracy Letts into its mix.
|Venue name:||Redtwist Theatre||Contact:|
1044 W Bryn Mawr Ave
|Cross street:||at Kenmore Ave|
|Transport:||El stop: Red to Bryn Mawr. Bus: 84, 147.|
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The American Clock
Brother, can you spare a dime? Arthur Miller's 1980 "vaudeville" about the Great Depression features a large cast and tunes of the times like "Sunny Side of the Street" and "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries."Drama Until Sun May 17th 2015 FreeRead more