Dragonfly Theatre Company are proud to present the funny, touching story of Mr Stink, written by Dragonfly and based on the book by British author and comedian, David Walliams.
Anyone who has been to a live performance, be it theatre, dance or music, can vouch for the fact that it is a different experience to merely watching the same on a screen. There is something about being entertained directly by fellow human beings that has always enthralled audiences.
Following on from last month’s article about Dragonfly Theatre Company’s dinner-theatre event next month, An Evening with Tennessee Williams, Jon Aspin interrupts rehearsals to see how it’s going, and ask if he can score a last-minute spot in the cast. The answer? Not a chance
Dragonfly Theatre Company refuse to let up with their regular output of theatre to the Saigon public. In the first of a series of articles, Jon Aspin heads to the auditions for their latest offering, An Evening with Tennessee Williams. Photos by Glen Riley
From Oct. 10 and also on the 12th and 13th, Dragonfly Theatre Co is taking on what is widely considered to be one of the best plays of the 20th century, Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot.
In the award-winning West End play Blue/Orange, a psychiatric patient confuses his doctors with a claim that he is the son of an African dictator. Should he be locked up or released?
It’s half an hour before showtime. Dragonfly director Jaime Zuniga is darting around Q4, putting out fires while cheerfully greeting guests as he hurries past.
We’re in Q4, a massive warehouse-cum-event space that will be the eventual setting of the production’s opening night. Right now, though, it is littered with stools, plush armchairs and wobbly sofas that Aaron is shoving across the uneven asphalt floor to create a makeshift stage. He takes a few steps back to survey his work, pausing to contemplate, and then begins approximating the stage dimensions by striding around the room in long, even steps, counting as he goes.