An irreverent yet emotional tall tale about the power of diversity, the strength of love and the kick of saloon whiskey, combining roof-raising dances, an onstage bluegrass band, sweet melodies and slapstick comedy.
Filled with laughter, heart-ache and family—after five years of self-imposed exile, Paulo returns home for the funeral of one of his three sisters, but unfortunately he doesn’t know which one has died. New York Times called it "a touching mini-musical."
A critically acclaimed Shakespeare production at the Old Globe starring Blair Underwood, Richard Thomas, and Kristen Connolly. The San Diego Story claimed the music "gives the production a unified vitality almost flawless."
The story of tabloid columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner Mike McAlary—starring two-time academy award winner Tom Hanks, directed by two-time Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe, and written by Nora Ephron.