A Preview of “Blithe Spirit” Presented by Clarence Brown Theatre

Clarence Brown Theatre continues its season with Noël Coward’s comedy “Blithe Spirit,” directed by Sharon Ott. Debuted in London in 1941, it ran for a record 1,997 performances and then followed with a successful run on Broadway. It was later adapted for film, a musical, television, and radio. It has since enjoyed a number of […]

The Madwoman of Chaillot Begins Its Run at the Clarence Brown Theatre

Who would ever believe a plot that involved unscrupulous businessmen attempting to make money from a source that would destroy natural beauty? In the case of the Madwoman of Chaillot, the natural beauty is actually man-made as this group of businessmen determine there is oil beneath Paris and they are determined to get at it. […]

Alias Grace Offers a Chilling Glimpse Into Our Darker Psyche

Clarence Brown Theatre offers a full season, each year, of excellent theatrical productions. A season ticket is a well warranted purchase. That said, the productions at the smaller sister Ula Love Doughty Carousel Theatre are often more intense, more engaging and provocative. Often presenting newer productions with challenging themes, the latest production, Alias Grace, is certainly […]