HuffPo Review: ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ Turns a Classic Into Creatively Creepy Camp

Christine Stulik and Halena Kays in The Hypocrites’ “The House of Usher” Welcome to the House of Usher, where not everything is as it seems and you may find yourself buried alive if you’re not careful. The Fall of the House of Usher, a compact, macabre one act adapted from the Edgar Allan Poe short… Read More HuffPo Review: ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ Turns a Classic Into Creatively Creepy Camp

‘Jamaica, Farewell’ takes us on a path to freedom, whatever the cost

America – that shining land of opportunity. I know I take my freedoms for granted. They’ve just always been there, and it’s hard to imagine life without them. However, in Debra Ehrhardt’s semi-autobiographical one woman play, Jamaica, Farewell, she reminds us that we have it pretty damn good. And for a young girl growing up… Read More ‘Jamaica, Farewell’ takes us on a path to freedom, whatever the cost